Sustainability Reporting

Sustainability Reporting

Engaging our Diverse Stakeholders

REPORTING AND TRANSPARENCY ARE INTEGRAL TO MOSAIC'S SUSTAINABILITY JOURNEY

As we continue to strive for better performance and results each year, these data points help us measure our success and look for new ways to improve. Mosaic’s stakeholders include our employees, local communities, customers, government and regulatory officials, investors, civil society organizations, environmental organizations, suppliers, 媒体, academia and others. We identify our stakeholders as those who are affected by our activities and whose actions have the potential to affect the outcome of our business activities. Our stakeholders help shape our strategic priorities and give meaning to our mission to help the world grow the food it needs.

As a global, publicly traded company, we are continually exploring what it means to be responsible and accountable to Mosaic’s diverse stakeholders. We seek ongoing dialogue with individuals or representatives of stakeholder organizations that impact—or are impacted by—Mosaic's business activities. Topics and indicators that reflect Mosaic's significant economic, environmental and social impacts or that would substantively influence the assessments and decisions of stakeholders are deemed by us to be "significant" for sustainability reporting purposes.

Our sustainability disclosure practices detail our performance across broad focus areas of People, Environment, Society and Company. Content within our reports is shaped by the issues identified through a significance study, the results of which we analyze on an ongoing basis.

Reporting and transparency are integral to Mosaic's sustainability journey

REPORTING & TRANSPARENCY ARE INTEGRAL TO

Mosaic’s sustainability journey.

AS WE CONTINUE TO STRIVE FOR BETTER

PERFORMANCE & RESULTS,

THIS DATA HELPS US MEASURE OUR SUCCESS AND LOOK FOR NEW WAYS TO IMPROVE.

 
Defining report content

Defining Report Content

EVOLVING TO MEET OUR STAKEHOLDERS' NEEDS

In addition to analyzing peer sustainability reports, Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards: Core option and the GRI Mining and Metals sector supplement, as well as other reports and frameworks, our ongoing analysis includes:

  • Reviewing Mosaic’s public financial reports, sustainability reports, GRI tables, policies and commitments as well as an internally conducted survey of senior management, customers and employees
  • Scanning 媒体 reports, social 媒体 and blogs for issues raised for public concern
  • Engaging leaders of local, regional, national and global community organizations
  • Comparing sustainability materiality determination practices to peer companies
  • Cataloging issues identified by stakeholder surveys, sustainability indexes, principles of the United Nations Global Compact, regulatory and policy trends, industry associations and cross-sector partnerships
  • Reviewing marketing re搜索 and customer satisfaction survey results
  • Analyzing investor insights
  • Compiling community perceptions through social 媒体 activity and brand awareness surveys

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Significant topics

Significant Topics

REPORTING ON THE ISSUES THAT MATTER MOST

We regularly conduct significance studies and seek ongoing dialogue with individuals or representatives of stakeholder organizations that impact—or are impacted by—Mosaic’s business activity. Topics and indicators that reflect Mosaic’s significant economic, environmental and social impacts, or would substantively influence the assessments and decisions of stakeholders are deemed by us to be “significant” for sustainability reporting purposes.