Our stakeholders talked. We listened.
Today, Enbridge released its 2014 CSR Report, which offers an extensive look at our 2014 social and environmental performance as it relates to our business decisions, and a demonstration of transparency and accountability.
And it’s important to note that Enbridge’s 12th annual CSR Report is shaped around the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and sustainability-related topics that are most relevant to our stakeholders, following a thorough assessment that solicited the views of right-of-way community members, landowners, investors, and Aboriginal and Native American representatives, among others.
“This is our 12th CSR Report, and I am pleased to say that it reflects our most rigorous approach to date to engaging our stakeholders in identifying the topics that matter most to them,” says Enbridge president and CEO Al Monaco. “As a result, it includes comprehensive discussion of our approach to sustainability challenges such as climate change, water protection, supply chain management, community economic benefits, and Aboriginal and Native American rights and engagement.”
In the spirit of transparency, the report reflects the progress we made in 2014 in some areas while also showing that we still have work to do in others. For example:
“We’re now in the process of setting more measurable and longer term CSR and sustainability-related strategic priorities,” says Enbridge’s chief sustainability officer Linda Coady. “Our 2014 CSR Report also reflects some of that work, and we look forward to, in future reports, being able to provide even clearer alignment between our business priorities and our CSR priorities.”
Visit csr2014.enbridge.com to view Enbridge’s full 2014 CSR Report.