A materiality assessment is a study conducted among DECATHLON's internal and external stakeholders in order to identify the company's priority sustainable development issues.
The principle of the materiality study, for sustainable development issues, emerged in the 2000s thanks to non-profit institutions. It is in this context that some organizations questioned the need to determine the priorities in terms of sustainable development from both the business and stakeholder perspectives. The GRI (Global Reporting Initiative) method, by proposing principles and recommendations, was gradually adopted by companies to conduct these materiality studies.
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