, 2022-07-29 05:22:39,
The Center for Sustainability and Excellence (CSE) in collaboration with the Water Revolution Foundation (WRF) create Sustainability Reporting Guidelines…
The Center for Sustainability and Excellence (CSE) in collaboration with Water Revolution Foundation (WRF) create the Sustainability Reporting Guidelines, a specialised Sustainability Assessment Framework for the Superyacht industry.
This new Framework is aligned with the criteria of the GRI Guidelines (Global Reporting Initiative), UN SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) and EU legislative directives on Sustainability Reporting. In parallel an online version was created, whose interactivity bares an innovative aspect; it allows professionals to receive feedback on their status in the preparation for official reporting, using criteria and examples that have been chosen to reflect what most companies of this sector are likely to find relevant.
Nikos Avlonas, President of the Centre for Sustainability & Excellence
Nikos Avlonas, President of the Centre for Sustainability & Excellence states: “We are very excited for this brilliant collaboration with WFR in educating the yachting industry towards sustainability & creating practical tools that could make the difference”.
Robert van Tol, Executive Director of the Water Revolution Foundation adds: “Following our successful joint Sustainability-in-practice training course we continuously provide to land-based yachting professionals, Water Revolution Foundation and CSE now launch a set of guidelines to help the yachting sector get started with internal sustainability reporting. These directly serve those who completed the course, but also prepare many of their companies that will face non-financial reporting obligations in the near future”.
SuperyachtNews speaks with Mr Avlonas, to elaborate on the partnership and the role of CSG and sustainability reporting in the superyacht industry.
“The Centre for Sustainability and Excellence (CSE) has had strategic cooperation with WFR since 2019, aiming to provide high-level training to professionals in the Superyacht industry worldwide. As a result of this cooperation, more than 120 professionals from leading companies in the Superyacht industry have been trained so far and gained specialised knowledge that will help them to make a difference in their companies. Additionally, CSE recently created the Sustainability Reporting Guidelines, a specialised Sustainability…
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