This study is intended to help companies that are unsure about how to report on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), where to start and what good SDG reporting looks like.
It proposes quality criteria for SDG reporting which readers can use as a guide for their own organization's reporting. It also analyzes how reporting from the world's 250 largest companies measures up against these criteria to help readers benchmark their own reporting against this global leadership group.
Within Malaysia, a review found that only 13 percent of the top 100 companies by revenue in Malaysia who reported on their corporate sustainable performance incorporated the SDGs in their corporate responsibility reporting.
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