GSBS Reporting

We are convinced that non-financial reporting will be mandatory in all industries in the near future.

 

In order to anticipate this development and to take into account the characteristics and requirements of the professional sports industry, GSBS reporting sets a uniform standard. We want to achieve comparability of sustainability performance in the sports industry and promote the setting of ambitious but realistic targets by drawing on the experience and best practices from other industries and international regulators. 

Why is reporting important?

Without the determination of the status quo, it is impossible to achieve an improvement. The GSBS Reporting Framework provides the basis for this analysis. 

Modern sustainability reporting uncovers weaknesses and strengths, it creates true accountability and trust within the society, it also makes progress visible and measurable. The constant tracking of data allows the detection of improvement potential and enables early risk recognition.

There is clear scientific evidence that organisations with a good sustainability performance outperform those with less good performance.

What will be reported?

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CORPORATE
FACTORS
  • Corporate profile

  • Corporate structure

  • Management approach

  • Fines and penalties

  • Reporting boundaries

  • Best in class examples

CORPORATE
FACTORS
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ENVIRONMENTAL
FACTORS
  • Climate Change

  • Pollution

  • Resources

  • Waste

  • Biodiversity & Habitat

  • Environmental Impact

ENVIRONMENTAL
FACTORS
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SOCIAL
FACTORS
  • Employee information

  • Remuneration

  • Health & safety

  • Human rights

  • Stakeholders

  • Social mega trends

SOCIAL
FACTORS
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GOVERNANCE
FACTORS
  • Board

  • Administration & oversight

  • Ethics & anti-corruption

  • Transparency

  • Whistle-blowing

  • Economic impact

  • Foundation & charities

GOVERNANCE
FACTORS