Tag Archives: Bahar Gidwani

Will SASB succeed in putting nonfinancial reporting on the map?

As previously seen on GreenBiz.com   By Bahar Gidwani   ShutterstockHurst Photo   This is the second in a two-part series about the use of SASB standards as a safe legal harbor for U.S. public companies.   The Sustainability Accounting … Continue reading

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Why companies should shelter in SASB’s safe harbor

As previously seen on GreenBiz.com   By Bahar Gidwani   Image: Shutterstock/Ferenz   Since Jean Rogers founded the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board in 2011, more than 1,800 stakeholders have participated in its standards–setting process. One hundred-plus industry experts, including me, … Continue reading

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Why Use Big Data to Measure CSR?

The following is part 3 of a 3-part series on “Big Data.”   By Bahar Gidwani   In the past several posts, we have defined Big Data, shown the problems we hope it will address, and described how CSRHub has implemented a … Continue reading

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A Big Data Approach to Gathering CSR Data

The following is part 2 of a 3-part series on “Big Data.”   By Bahar Gidwani   We have previously defined “Big Data” and shown how we feel a Big Data system built by CSRHub could help address some problems … Continue reading

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Using “Big Data” to Rate Corporate Social Responsibility: One Company’s Approach

The following is part 1 of a 3-part series on “Big Data.”   By Bahar Gidwani   “Big Data” is a useful tool for rating corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability performance.  We believe that the Big Data system that … Continue reading

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