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Reporting enables companies to communicate clearly about the environmental and social performance of their supply chains. Doing so fulfils stakeholder expectations for transparency and helps companies to be recognised for progress.  

The Accountability Framework guides companies on how to report credibly across four key elements of progress:  

  • exposure and risk 

  • implementation and management systems 

  • traceability and control 

  • compliance and outcomes on the ground  

Your company can use the Accountability Framework to guide and streamline both public sustainability reporting and business-to-business reporting. Both are needed to meet stakeholder expectations and support credible claims about performance.   

The AFi has worked closely with leading reporting systems to align requirements and indicators for corporate reporting on topics within the Framework’s scope. This alignment reduces company reporting burdens and supports standardisation. As a result, companies may use existing reporting standards and platforms to report in accordance with the Accountability Framework. For example: 

 Learn

Operational Guidance 

AFi e-learning platform

  • Coming soon: Training modules on reporting progress and on all other company actions

 


Assess

AFi self-assessment tool

  • Use the 'Report' tab to assess your company against this action area

Tools to report in alignment with the Accountability Framework 

Several leading reporting standards and disclosure platforms align with the Accountability Framework. Learn more about these reporting tools and how your company can use them. 

View reporting tools here

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