Social-responsibility reporting may be defined as:
A)the reporting of information relevant to key stakeholders identified by the entity as requiring non-performance information.
B)the provision of information about the performance of an organisation in relation to its interaction with its physical and social environment.
C)the reporting of events and impacts on the financial and economic wellbeing of the organisation that stakeholders will find useful for decision making.
D)the provision of financial information about the impacts of the entity on the environment and communities.