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BASF presents pioneering report
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Mar '08
BASF SE has published its Report 2007, which for the first time combines the company's financial and sustainability reporting in a single publication. By integrating data related to the environment and social responsibility in its financial reporting, BASF is again playing a pioneering role.

The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), an independent organization that has developed global guidelines to ensure transparent sustainability reporting, has already confirmed that the new report meets its highest application level, A+.

Because sustainability reporting is increasingly becoming part of financial reporting, the Report 2007 equally meets the expectations of investors, analysts, journalists and sustainability experts. The new report addresses aspects of BASF's business performance, employees, social responsibility as well as environmental and safety issues.

BASF is also taking account of the rising importance of the Internet by providing more detailed information on many topics from the Report 2007 online in the form of videos, diagrams and interviews. Readers are able to compile specific information according to their interests.

For example, with just a few clicks, they can learn more about BASF's carbon balance, which shows that the company's products can save three times more carbon dioxide than the amount emitted in the production and disposal of all of BASF's products. Further topics are energy-efficient housing and construction, and demographic change.

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