Corporate responsibility reporting in the chemicals sector 

We are living and working in a world undergoing unprecedented environmental and social changes. Rampant population growth is fuelling ever-increasing demand for limited resources, unpredictable extreme weather is affecting commodity supplies, and changing social conditions and expectations are driving increased spending power, along with social unrest.

Corporate Responsibility (CR) reporting (or sustainability reporting) has become a mainstream business practice as companies seek to understand their exposure to the risks of these changes and convince stakeholders their business has a future. All of the world’s largest chemical companies report on CR, but how does reporting in this sector compare to others and what are their strengths and weaknesses?

This webcast explores the latest trends in CR reporting in the chemical sector compared to 15 other industry sectors. Results from the KPMG Survey of Corporate Responsibility Reporting provide a snapshot of CR reporting across 4,100 companies in 41 countries and a deep-dive into the quality of reporting among the world’s largest 250 companies.

Join KPMG Climate Change & Sustainability professionals Yvo de Boer and Arjan de Draaijer who discuss these trends.

This Webcast is a must for business leaders and CR and sustainability professionals who produce non-financial corporate reports.




Yvo de Boer

Yvo de Boer

Global Chairman, Climate Change & Sustainability

+44 20 76942931

Arjan de Draaijer

Arjan de Draaijer

Director, Climate Change & Sustainability, KPMG in the Netherlands

+31206 567793