What is the CorporateRegister.com CR Report Directory?
Why the CR Report Directory?
Which companies and reports feature in the CR Report Directory ?
Are any reports not included in the CR Report Directory?
Guidelines (GRI, AA1000AS, Global Compact)
Using the search functions
Adding a report to the Directory
Terms & Conditions
The CorporateRegister.com CR Report Directory is the world's largest online directory of company issued Corporate Social Responsibility (CR), Sustainability, and Environment reports from around the world. The directory is continually updated with new reports and companies.
We offer access to the very latest reports as they are published, and provide an archive of reports for each company featured. This is achieved through a combination of our own research and contact with companies.
Information is displayed in company profiles and report profiles. Report profiles can display information on the hard copy reports we collect in our own archives and/or provide direct access to the PDF version.
Signed up users can search the directory using either a company name or a range of criteria in the ‘Advanced company/reports searches’.
This is a free service for featured companies and site users. The searchable directory can be accessed after a free sign up for new users, or after signing in for existing users (both available via the homepage).
With thousands of companies producing CR reports each year, stakeholders need a single reliable source to access new reports, and an archive of previous editions.
Similarly, reporting companies who have invested in their reporting progammes need to communicate with a well informed, global stakeholder audience. By providing access to thousands of these reports free of charge, we have that audience.
Other CR report directories exist, but we are 30 times bigger than the next largest service.
We aim to include every relevant published corporate report, without limitations of country or company size and across all sectors, public and private. We actively research new reports where they are not provided directly by the reporting company.
We will feature a non-reporting company if ’affiliated’ with one of our partners (e.g. UNEP-FI, WBCSD members) or if we deem them to be of specific interest to our stakeholder audience.
We will attempt to contact the companies we feature to request the most up to date information. In the absence of any contact we will maintain a company’s free reporting profile through our independent, periodic research.
We have had to take a view on what types of publications to include on the site. We feature reports and reviews – not brochures, marketing and related publications. We do not feature publications which are sales material, have no reference year, no quantitative data and no statement of policy.
Some of our featured report profiles include sections from annual reports. These sections need to comprise at least 6 pages.
If you have a relevant report that we have missed, please inform us (see Sending us Reports).
We identify a number of international reporting guidelines & standards in the CR report directory (you can search for users of these standards through the 'advanced reports search'):
Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
The GRI guidelines are designed to assist organisations in disclosing their sustainability performance. A prerequisite for any report achieving GRI adherence is the inclusion of a 'Content Index' i.e. an index mapping responses to some or all of the GRI reporting indicators.
There are two versions of the GRI guidelines, G3.1, G3 and 2002, each with its own coding system described here
AccountAbility AA1000 Assurance Standard
The AA1000 Assurance Standard (AA1000AS) forms part of AccountAbility's AA1000 Series, principles-based standards for improving the sustainability performance of reporting organisations.
There are two versions of the AA1000AS:
AA1000AS (2008) - definition here
AA1000AS (2003) - definition here
Global Compact (GC)
The Global Compact is a United Nations initiative, working to advance ten universal principles in the areas of human rights, labour, the environment and anti-corruption.
We track CR/Sustainability reports incorporating an index (i.e. 'GC Index') for the cross-referencing of each of the Global Compact 'ten principles' to the reporting organisation's response in the report. A table or list simply stating the principles without relating them to report content is not sufficient.
Where "(Web Index)" is stated, the index is not available in the version of the report we feature, but is located on the reporting organisation's website.
New 'CR Smart Search'
Only signed-up and signed-in users may search the site. Sign-up here.
Our new search combines all the key search terms you may use in searching for a report or company, including:
Regular user accounts
For our regular users, the new 'CR Smart Search' replaces the various drop-downs we have used until now. No functionality has been lost - on the contrary, the new search should give you fast, accurate, relevant results.
Professional and Academic users accounts
Upgrading a regular account gives you a wide range of benefits.
We welcome your feedback for continuing to develop our Search functions - please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org
Our independent research is very extensive, and we may have already located and included your report. Please check our CR Report Directory to check if you already have a listing (sign in from the homepage to activate the search). If we have missed your publications and you would like your report or reports included on this site, we will need the following from you:
We need two hard copies of all published reports, past and current. By ‘hard copies’ we refer to professionally printed documents, rather than computer print-outs or photocopies. We include all reporting categories featured on the site.
We host PDFs of featured reports: please help us access these files (by providing a URL, or sending the PDFs on CD or by e-mail). We request permission before hosting PDFs.
We provide direct links to HTML reports for PriorityReporters only. Please contact us if you have an HTML report format and would like it added to your profile.
Who should be contacted to obtain copies of your reports? You might want to send us details of several contacts for different countries/languages. We need name, job title, postal address, telephone and fax, e-mail.
In which languages is your report available? If you publish in several languages, we use the English version, giving details of the others. If your report is unavailable in English we will still include it.
If it is not evident in the report, it would be helpful if you would inform us of the external consultants/designers/printers/third party statement organisations involved in helping develop your report (name of organisation, brief contact details).
Contact us to update information from your current or earlier reports - for example if some language versions are out of print, or if company details need updating etc.
Please send the reports and information to:
If you have any questions or require further information, please mail us at email@example.com or call us on +44 (0)20 7014 3366.