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WINNERS
BEST FIRST SUSTAINABILITY REPORT The report of Alides Reim has been selected by the Jury as as “Best first Sustainability Report” The The Jury appreciated the very complete clearly structured and easily readable report report with with a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a lot of interesting visuals The The report report is is is presented in in in in in in in a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a format that is is is inviting to to read read with with a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a creative touch The jury welcomed the the clear sustainability strategy linked to to to 17 SDG the the the description of how Alides Reim intends to to to address ESG (Environmental Social and Governance) issues in in in in the the the the future the the the the the integration of of of CO2 impact particularly in in in scope 3
the the the the the clear representation of of of governance structure the the the the description of of of the the the the main processes (e g g g g g Real Estate Upcycling strategy) to to tackle sector-specific challenges the the identification and involvement of stakeholders The Jury particularly prised the the the already strong alignment with with CSRD and and and mapping with with ESRS standards and and and the the fact that that double materiality materiality assessment is is already planned for 2024 The Jury noticed that that the materiality materiality exercise started already 2 2 2 years before this first sustainability report For the the the future the the the Jury encourage Alides Reim to include more information on on on ethical issues especially within the the the the organisation’s sphere of influence even if implicitly covered in in in in in in the the materiality matrix A greater shareholder involvement would also also be be inter- esting in in in in the the future The The report should also also be be be completed with KPIs and targets The The Jury regrets that there has been no external independent assurance of the report The Jury wants to congratulate Alides Reim on on the the Award for the the “Best First Sustainability Report” BEST SUSTAINABILITY REPORT IN IN IN CREATIVITY & ORIGINALITY
2022
First Sustainability Report (CROSS­CATEGORIES)
To select the the the the winner on on on this criterion the the the the Jury focused on on on the the the the overall readability accessibility and appealing nature of the the the the the the the report report motivating the the the reader to further read read read the the the report report The report of VPK Group
has been selected by the Jury for its “Best Creativity & Originality” VPK Group’s report is is praised for its quality of presentation making it it it it accessible to to a a a a a a a a wide audience even to to those who are not experts in in in in the field The report is well-written complete well-structured and and and includes insightful graphs and and and illustrations clear and and and creative visuals The Jury wants to to highlight the the inno- vation efforts of VPK Group
linked to to to sustainability the the the the the interactive links to to the the the the the the website throughout the the the the the the report the the the the the the clear and and acces- sible explanation of the the the the the the ESG candidate journey the the the the the the index with hyperlinks that make the the the the navigation easier The same structure and colour codes are used throughout the the the report report Overall it is is according to the the Jury a a a a a a a very nice report report short sharp concise and complete The Jury wants to congratulate VPK Group
on on its “Best Sustain- ability Report in in Creativity & Originality” Shaping
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Sustainability report 2023
NOMINEES BY THE THE JURY
FOR THE THE “BEST IMPACT SUSTAINABILITY REPORT AWARDS” TO BE BE SELECTED BY THE PUBLIC ON 28 NOVEMBER 2023
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The Jury has selected four large organisations organisations and two other organisations organisations to take part in in the the the competition for for the the the Award for for “Best impact Sustainability Report” The public will vote on on on Tuesday 28 November 2023
to select the two winners IN THE CATEGORY “LARGE LISTED ORGANISATIONS AND PIES SUBJECT TO THE NFRD (1)”
Solvay The Jury congratulates Solvay for its very very complete report with with a a a a a a a a a very very detailed stakeholder approach (including engagement with with local communities) The Jury appreciated the the the elaborate descrip- tion tion of of of the the the the materiality process and of of of the the the the evolution of of of KPIs Although the the the report is considered lengthy it it it includes (interactive) tables that cover key points which can facilitate understanding and and reading of of the the report report report Solvay’s Solvay’s report report report highlights the the sustain- ability potential of of its core business While Solvay’s Solvay’s reports can be long and technical they succeed in in in highlighting audited KPIs effectively The Jury esteemed the the the extensive assurance scope which increases credibility and data quality of the the reported information The Jury encourages Solvay to to to shorten its report because the the excessive length tend to to to discourage reading and to to to dilute the the the impact of the the the the provided information Adding an an executive summary could make the the the the the report more accessible to to the the the the the public The Jury would expect Solvay to to clarify the the the the stakeholder engagement in in the the the the context of materiality (more information on on on on who was was contacted and what was discussed could be added) Umicore The Jury praises Umicore’s report for its clarity especially regarding the integration of ESG ESG and and financial aspects making it it it it easy to understand for for for individuals not familiar with ESG ESG matters Umicore’s report is is commended for for for its efforts in in in in transparency and and updating their strategy There is is a a a a a a a a a a a a a clear link between targets set and and the the the the broader sustainability context/SDG’s The The The Jury Jury appreci- ated the the the the readability and and original structure The The Jury Jury valued the the the the notable improvement in in in in the the the the the “governance” aspect in in in in comparison with previous years’ edition and the the the the tracking of of the the the the evolution of of the KPIs (1) Non-financial Reporting Directive
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