Welcome to the Sustainability Wiki
Sustainability has made it into many headlines. Sustainability is definitely a global trend today. Some companies are reporting on it, and there are new indicators that certainly will be in the annual reports of almost every public company in the coming years. To help define new indicators for our company, we decided to integrate you into this process from the very beginning. We believe in a completely transparent community-based approach, and this is one way that you can help SAP and the BPX/SDN community in our efforts to develop indicators specific to a software vendor in the high-tech industry.
Tell what indicators we should use to measure its success and report on its status in different areas. For example, how could SAP contribute to the environment indicators? How does a company car policy contribute to the carbon footprint of a company? What could SAP do to limit CO2 emissions?
Provide your input and your perspective on these indicators. The Global Reporting Initiative?'s (GRI) Performance Indicators PDFs are available in the Knowledge Center on the CSR homepage. under Sustainability Reporting
Comment on the Corporate Performance Indicator pages below, or the non-Corporate pages, or become an editor of this wiki. (directions)
James Farrar, List of Editors
Corporate Performance Indicators
Non-Corporate Performance Indicators
Non-Corporate Performance Indicators — If you are not a Corporate Executive, or not authorized to speak for your corporation, your input is still critical for this subject.
Recent Content - Drafts
Sustainability in the News
CSR and Environmental Sustainability
Community Events and Contents
Introduction to Sustainability 8-week Coursera.org class starting 26 August 2013
ASUG 2009 Annual Conference / Sapphire - Environment and Sustainability Community Session Agenda Wiki page
Informal Online Meetup- Sustainability at-BPX
Sustainability at SAP TechEd 2008 EMEA
Jim's Transportation Choices for SAP TechEd 2008 EMEA