Sustainability [sustainability], capable of being sustained without destroying the environment.
2. CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)
A management technique that assumes legal, economic, and ethical responsibilities to stakeholders, directly or indirectly, who influence or influence business activities.
Assessment platform to evaluate corporate social responsibility and sustainable procurement. Solutions include risk monitoring, audit management and sustainability ratings.
A term that refers to the non-financial elements of a company: Environment, Social, and Governance.
A global consulting and standards firm that works with businesses, investors, governments and multilateral organizations on ESG issues to achieve opportunities, advance responsible business practices and transform long-term performance.
Small and Medium-sized Enterprises
7. ISO 26000 (Social Responsibility)
As an international standard for social responsibility promoted by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), this standard comprehensively stipulates corporate social responsibility regarding the environment, human rights, and labor.
8. ISO 14001 (Environmental Management System)
International certification for environmental management (environmental policy, action plan, implementation and corrective action, management review, continuous improvement activities, etc.) established by ISO in 1996.
9. Korea Corporate Governance Service (KCGS)
An organization that conducts evaluation, research and research on Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility (CSR)
10. CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project)
CDP is a non-profit charitable organization that operates a global public system to manage the environmental impact of investors, businesses, cities, states and regions.
11. DJSI (Dow Jones Sustainability Indices)
One of the blue-chip stock indexes created by the Dow Jones and SAM in 1999. It does not stop at identifying companies as simply financial information, but selects excellent companies by evaluating sustainability management based on corporate governance and social contribution levels, etc.
12. Greenhouse gas inventory
A statistical system that identifies greenhouse gas emission sources and lists them so that emissions can be calculated for each emission source.
It is a method of managing production and quality in business activities. Repeat the 4 steps of Plan-Do-Check-Act to continuously improve work
14. GRI (Global Reporting Initiative)
An international organization that provides guidelines for sustainability reports.
15. SASB (Sustainability Accounting Standards Board)
Non-profit organization founded in 2011 by Jean Rogers to develop sustainability accounting standards
16. TCFD (Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures)
Publishing recommendations for climate-related financial risk disclosure, and many organizations publicly expressing support for TCFD recommendations.
17. IIRC (International Integrated Reporting Council)
Convened to assist businesses and investors as they begin to adopt consolidated reporting.
18. UNGC (UN Global Compact)
Through cooperation between the United Nations (UN) and businesses, it is a specialized organization under the United Nations that encourages companies to participate in the sustainable and balanced development promoted by the United Nations and improves international social ethics and the international environment.
19. AA1000AS (AA1000 Assurance Standard)
A leading methodology used by sustainability professionals around the world for sustainability-related assurance agreements to assess the nature and extent of an organization’s compliance with the AccountAbility Principles.
Source: Naver Knowledge Encyclopedia, Wikipedia, Integrate Reporting