“In the new era for sustainable practices, Corporates SHALL create financial, environmental, and social value while in no way weakening the abilities of humans and other forms of life to flourish on Earth forever”.
DCarbon utilizes science-based goals for a business that aspires to respect nature, optimize resources, foster wellbeing and strengthen society. Integrated Reporting <IR> framework encourages corporates to assess how it impacted six capitals over the reporting period: natural, human, social, financial, manufactured and intellectual capitals to determine the corporate’s value added (positive or negative).
DCarbon developed an Integrated Reporting Module (SIRM) to assess corporate’s sustainability value added through Science-Based Targets. The IRM is a model for assessing and guiding corporates in creating innovative sustainable growth that contribute to the triple bottom line (People, Planet, prosperity).
There is a many-to-many relationship between the SIRM Targets and the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), whether directly or indirectly. Since corporates need to make progress on the whole set of SIRM Targets and contribute to all the SDGs, the SIRM makes it easy and straight forward to use performance on the science-based Targets to assess business contribution to the SDGs.