Publications

Most of Reporting 3.0’s work is available to the general public through its publications. Below you can find the most recent publications from Reporting 3.0 including our regular newsletters.

Publications

Most of Reporting 3.0’s work is available to the general public through its publications. Below you can find the most recent publications from Reporting 3.0 including our regular newsletters.

Blueprints

Blueprint 1: Reporting

The Reporting Blueprint is the first pillar of the Reporting 3.0 work ecosystem and sets the scene for the other Blueprints to follow. It It analyses disclosure needs from the perspective of a green, inclusive & open economy. Assessing the needs to connect the micro (organisational) performance with the meso (industry and habitat) level up the the macro (thriving economic system design and regenerative capitalism) level the Blueprint defines 6 desiderata and 9 principles and embeds the idea of ‘integral thinking’ and ‘integral materiality’.

Blueprint 2: Accounting

How can accounting and corporate finance be transformed to serve a new purpose? How can it serve a multi-capital green & inclusive economy definition of success and value-creation in a circular economic setting? How can accounting be redefined as being not only about recording financial transactions, but about tracking of both financial and extra-financial data and their forward-looking interpretation in an appropriate context? This includes a context of addressing risks and opportunities associated with diverse (e.g. social, natural) capitals.

The final version of the Accounting Blueprint will be released at the 2018 Conference in June.

Blueprint 3: Data

The Data Blueprint proposes a general specification for data architecture and information systems to accurately measure progress toward financial, economic, social and environmental sustainability via dynamic interlinkages between the individual company (micro), industry (meso), and environmental, social, and economic systems (macro) levels in order to spur the emergence of a truly green, regenerative, inclusive, and open global economy.

Blueprint 4: New Business Models

A green & inclusive economy requires the emergence of new business models that are fit-for-purpose in regenerative capitalism. What are the information and reporting needs of those new business model innovators that disrupt business-as-usual and existing industries? Considering the context of business model innovation, they need reliable sources of information on key trends (foresight), industry forces, market forces and macro-economic forces.

The final version of the New Business Models Blueprint will be released at the 2018 Conference in June.

Blueprints

Blueprint 1: Reporting

The Reporting Blueprint is the first pillar of the Reporting 3.0 work ecosystem and sets the scene for the other Blueprints to follow. It It analyses disclosure needs from the perspective of a green, inclusive & open economy. Assessing the needs to connect the micro (organisational) performance with the meso (industry and habitat) level up the the macro (thriving economic system design and regenerative capitalism) level the Blueprint defines 6 desiderata and 9 principles and embeds the idea of ‘integral thinking’ and ‘integral materiality’.

Blueprint 2: Accounting

How can accounting and corporate finance be transformed to serve a new purpose? How can it serve a multi-capital green & inclusive economy definition of success and value-creation in a circular economic setting? How can accounting be redefined as being not only about recording financial transactions, but about tracking of both financial and extra-financial data and their forward-looking interpretation in an appropriate context? This includes a context of addressing risks and opportunities associated with diverse (e.g. social, natural) capitals.

The final version of the Accounting Blueprint will be released at the 2018 Conference in June.

Blueprint 3: Data

The Data Blueprint proposes a general specification for data architecture and information systems to accurately measure progress toward financial, economic, social and environmental sustainability via dynamic interlinkages between the individual company (micro), industry (meso), and environmental, social, and economic systems (macro) levels in order to spur the emergence of a truly green, regenerative, inclusive, and open global economy.

Blueprint 4: New Business Models

A green & inclusive economy requires the emergence of new business models that are fit-for-purpose in regenerative capitalism. What are the information and reporting needs of those new business model innovators that disrupt business-as-usual and existing industries? Considering the context of business model innovation, they need reliable sources of information on key trends (foresight), industry forces, market forces and macro-economic forces.

The final version of the New Business Models Blueprint will be released at the 2018 Conference in June.

Other Reporting 3.0 Publications

Reporting 3.0 BASIC Event (February 2018)

Bill and Ralph gave a presentation entitled “ESG’s Illusions of Progress & Necessary Transformation,” echoing the quote by r3.0 Steering Board Member Brendan LeBlanc of EY: “The only thing more dangerous than no progress is the illusion of progress” at February 14, 2018 in Boston. Please feel free to share widely.

SB Ebook

After posting Reporting 3.0’s ten-part article series, Sustainable Brands bundled the articles together into an eBook that it recently published. The eBook includes Forewords by SB Founder Koann Vikoren Skrzyniarz and Global Reporting Initiative Co-Founder (and Progressive Democrat Candidate for Masssachusetts Governor) Bob Massie.

GTAC Concept Note

We have been working closely with GRI Co-Founder Allen White, in his role as Reporting 3.0 Advocation Partner, to draft a Concept Note proposing a Global Thresholds & Allocations Council (GTAC) that can deliver validated thresholds and off-the-shelf allocation methodologies. Please see the Concept Note to get more information about the GTAC.

2017 Conference Report

To get more information about the 2017 Conference please take a look at the Conference Report.

Other Reporting 3.0 Publications

Reporting 3.0 BASIC Event (February 2018)

Bill and Ralph gave a presentation entitled “ESG’s Illusions of Progress & Necessary Transformation,” echoing the quote by r3.0 Steering Board Member Brendan LeBlanc of EY: “The only thing more dangerous than no progress is the illusion of progress” at February 14, 2018 in Boston. Please feel free to share widely.

SB Ebook

After posting Reporting 3.0’s ten-part article series, Sustainable Brands bundled the articles together into an eBook that it recently published. The eBook includes Forewords by SB Founder Koann Vikoren Skrzyniarz and Global Reporting Initiative Co-Founder (and Progressive Democrat Candidate for Masssachusetts Governor) Bob Massie.

GTAC Concept Note

We have been working closely with GRI Co-Founder Allen White, in his role as Reporting 3.0 Advocation Partner, to draft a Concept Note proposing a Global Thresholds & Allocations Council (GTAC) that can deliver validated thresholds and off-the-shelf allocation methodologies. Please see the Concept Note to get more information about the GTAC.

2017 Conference Report

To get more information about the 2017 Conference please take a look at the Conference Report.

Newsletters

The best way to stay up-to-date about what’s happening at Reporting 3.0 and our most recent activities and projects are our newsletters. You can find our latest newsletter below and sign up to get the latest news directly into your mailbox.

Newsletters

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