Specifics in the introduction of sustainability reporting by companies in the forestry sector
M. Ševčík, M. Hájek, A. Mikulkováhttps://doi.org/10.17221/33/2014-JFSCitation:Ševčík M., Hájek M., Mikulková A. (2014): Specifics in the introduction of sustainability reporting by companies in the forestry sector. J. For. Sci., 60: 226-235.
Sustainability reporting is constantly paid attention by companies for its economic, environmental and social benefits. It supports making use of the wide potential for further development of enterprises and society. Individual sectors use types of indicators that correspond to their specifics. It is also the case of the forestry sector, which is especially characterized by a number of non-market outputs. However, we can find also other specific indicators that are relevant to forest management. The paper proposes indicators for sustainability reporting, which are not part of usual methodologies. These indicators will contribute not only to the formal preparation of sustainability reporting, but so that its benefits would be of significant influence on the development of forest enterprises and the forestry sector using its potential in all areas.
ecosystem services; forest services; nonmarket outputs; forest enterprise; sustainable indicators