SUSTAINABILITY


Frequently Asked Questions

Primer on Sustainability Reporting

As corporate reporting on environmental, social responsibility and economic performance has evolved, the types of reports discussed above are increasingly being described as sustainability reports.

Sustainability reporting is a process for publicly disclosing an organization’s economic, environmental, and social performance. Such reporting satisfies the needs of shareholders, customers, communities, and other stakeholders for information about overall organizational performance.

The term “sustainability reporting” is synonymous with triple bottom line (TBL) reporting, citizenship reporting, social reporting, and other terms that encompass the economic, environmental, and social aspects of an organization’s performance.

As corporate reporting on environmental, social responsibility and economic performance has evolved and gained wider acceptance, the types of reports discussed above are increasingly being described as sustainability reports. These reports cover matters typically required by a sustainability framework, such as the Global Reporting Initiative’s (GRI) Sustainability Reporting Guidelines on environmental, social and economic performance.


About the Integrated Annual & Sustainability Report

CHI embarked on a process to identify, measure, and report its sustainability performance utilizing international guidelines for creating more concise, more useful, and more performance-oriented indicators of its sustainability practices.


About CHI’s Environmental Initiatives

Ensuring the sustainability of the livable communities by enhancing the quality of the environment, and to influence the surrounding communities.