Did you know that Ingersoll Rand is one of only seven companies in
the S&P 500 leading the trend to integrate sustainability
reporting into the corporate annual report?
This week, the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance wrote an article on sustainability and financial disclosure. The article is based on a recent study finding that nearly all S&P 500 companies are failing to connect the sustainability and financial disclosure dots. The article cites Ingersoll Rand’s integrated Annual Report as an exception, saying:
“…nearly all S&P 500 companies are failing to connect the disclosure dots. A mere seven companies are integrating financial and sustainability reporting. These trendsetters include American Electric Power, Clorox, Dow Chemical, Eaton, Ingersoll Rand, Pfizer and Southwest Airlines.”
The mention is further proof that Ingersoll Rand is ahead of the curve when it comes to sustainability reporting.
Read the full article: Are Companies Connecting the Sustainability and Financial Disclosure Dots?