Policy and Regulation

ISSB proposes easing global use of sustainable accounting standards

20 per cent of the approximately 1,000 metrics within the SASB standards are not internationally applicable, the ISSB has said. (Photo: Nestea06/Envato)

A fifth of the metrics used within the SASB’s standards are not internationally applicable, according to the ISSB. The International Sustainability Standards Board has launched a consultation on reforms to the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board's standards, with the aim of making these easier to apply across jurisdictions. The standards exist ...

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