CredibilityMethodology to analyse the credibility of sustainability priorities
Reporting on achievements and downfalls (as for instance accidents, not-achieved targets), as well as challenges and risks linked to the material topics. Whenever possible, negative or critical incidents should be mentioned, and the related causes, remedies and conse-quences should be discussed.
Commitment to short- as well as medium- and long-term targets that are SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-bound) and ideally impact-driven.
Disclosure of positive as well as critical stakeholder feedback (e.g. results of stakeholder dialogs or quotations of external stakeholders) regarding material issues, together with the company’s response.