As with all businesses, Travel & Tourism companies are increasingly affected by environmental and social issues that can influence global demand and industry-wide profitability. Publicly reporting on issues relating to sustainability, corporate responsibility, or environmental, social and governance (ESG) is a method by which companies demonstrate a commitment to transparency, and through the reporting processes, management approaches to proactively address externalities are articulated and advanced.
This research aims to provide a foundation for reporting for those seeking orientation and guidance.
To view the full interactive heat-map on how policies have been put forward around the globe to tackle this issue, please click on the image.
This full report introduces the concepts of ESG Reporting generally and then specifically for Travel & Tourism. It provides detail on the different reporting frameworks, guidance on what material issues should be considered to report on and a 12-step process on how to begin reporting.
A summary of the issues and requirements of ESG reporting for Travel & Tourism