Sustainability index and reports
We report on our sustainability activities in various ways: The Non-Financial Information Statement, our dedicated website “DOMINION’s Evolution in 2020" and our sustainability approvals and ratings.
Non-financial Information Statement
DOMINION is committed to permanently improving the quality of our non-financial information which we disclose in this report, adapted to
the legal requirements, specifically European Union Directive 2014/95/EU and its implementation in Spain via Act 11/2018, which calls for publication, and verification by third parties.
The NFIS which Dominion published every year cover all the matters indicated in the standard and have been verified by PWC, with no reservations, and they comply with the standards published by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) as an international reference.
|Businness model||GRI [102-1; 102-2; 102-3; 102-4; 102-6; 102-7; 102-14]|
|Results of the policies||GRI |
|Risks in the Short, Medium and Long Term||GRI [102-15]|
|Key indicators||GRI [102-54]|
|General approach to the environment||GRI |
|Pollution||GRI [103; 102-11; 305-1; 305-2; 305-3]|
|Circular economy and the prevention and management of waste||GRI |
|Sustainable use of resources||GRI [103; 301-1; 303-5]|
|Climate change||GRI [103; 302-1]|
|Protection of biodiversity||GRI [103; 304-2]|
|Social Issues and Human Resources|
|Employment||GRI [102-8; 103; 401-1; 405-1; 405-2]|
|Work organisation||GRI [103; 403-2]|
|Health and safety||GRI [103; 403-2; 403-3]|
|Social relationships||GRI [102-41; 103; 403-4]|
|Training||GRI [103; 404-1]|
|Universal accessibility for disabled people||GRI |
|Human rights||GRI [102-16; 102-17; 103; 406-1; 407-1; 408-1; 409-1; 412-2]|
|Corruption and bribery||GRI [102-16; 102-17; 103; 205-2; 413-1]|
|The company's commitment to sustainable development||GRI [102-12; 102-13; 102-43; 103; 203-1; 203-2; 413-1; 413-2]|
|Subcontractors and Suppliers||GRI [102-9; 103; 308-1; 414-1]|
|Tax matters||GRI [103; 201-4]|
SUSTAINABILITY INDICES WE ARE PART OF
Sustainability approvals and ratings
Based on the trends DOMINION identified in its strategy plan, the various interest groups are placing increasing importance on sustainability. This translates into an obvious increase in sustainability approvals and rankings with an extremely wide range of objectives and scopes, some for personal use by applicants and others for wider use.
Based on its possibilities and the correlation of these with its activities, DOMINION strives to provide responses to these, using the aforementioned information. Its activity particularly focuses on two groups of interest:
- Investors: Guided by the 6 PRI principles (Principles for Responsible Investment), endorsed by the United Nations, responsible investment is now a reality when it comes to continuous growth and this translates into a clear demand for quality information relating to the sustainability we provide.
- Clients: in line with the good practice of extending ESG requirements to the supply chain, companies increasingly ask for their suppliers to prove their commitment to this regard, either through their own approvals or through others that outsource this approval.