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The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Sustainability Reporting Guidelines are the most widely used comprehensive sustainability standard in the world. This type of sustainability report conveys disclosures on an organization’s most critical impacts (positive and negative) on the environment, society, and the economy.

Interview with Paul Simpson, Chief Executive Officer, CDP

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GRI’s Reporting 2025 is designed to promote an international discussion about the purpose of sustainability reporting and disclosures looking ahead to 2025. Watch this interview with Paul Simpson, Chief Executive Officer, CDP.

 

GRI and Fundación ONCE Release Guide to Disability Reporting

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AMSTERDAM, March 11, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Today, GRI, the architect of the world’s most widely used sustainability reporting standard, and Fundación ONCE, the leading organization of the European Network for CSR and Disability (CSR+D), announce the launch of Disability in Sustainability Reporting, a guide to help organizations communicate their commitment to respecting and promoting the rights of people with disabilities.

New GRI and RobecoSAM Publication Explores Materiality

Defining Materiality: What Matters to Reporters and Investors
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AMSTERDAM, March 4, 2015 /3BL Media/ -  Today, GRI, architect of the world’s most widely used sustainability reporting standard, and RobecoSAM, the investment specialist focused exclusively on Sustainability Investing and which conducts the annual assessment for the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices, announce the launch of the new research publication Defining Materiality: What Matters to Reporters and Investors.

GRI Forms New Governance Structure To Catalyze Sustainability Reporting

​GRI to issue Sustainability Reporting Standards developed and approved by the Global Sustainability Standards Board (GSSB).
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Today GRI revealed a new governance structure which will reinforce its commitment to providing robust global standards for sustainability reporting. Building on the success of the GRI Guidelines, which to date have been used by over 5,000 organizations across more than 90 countries, the new governance structure recognizes the importance of standard-setting being a public interest activity. It is designed to further strengthen the independence of GRI’s standard-setting activities, whilst upholding the organization’s unique global multi-stakeholder principle.

GRI and Fundación Once to Develop Disability Reporting Resource Guide

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December 3 marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. According to the United Nations, the observance of the day aims to promote an understanding of disability issues and mobilize support for the dignity, rights, and well-being of persons with disabilities. In order to help advance their integration in the social and economic spheres, GRI, together with Fundación ONCE, the leading organization of the European Network for CSR and Disability (CSR+D), will create a resource guide for reporting on disability related matters.

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December 3 marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. According to the United Nations, the observance of the day aims to promote an understanding of disability issues and mobilize support for the dignity, rights, and well-being of persons with disabilities. In order to help advance their integration in the social and economic spheres, GRI, together with Fundación ONCE, the leading organization of the European Network for CSR and Disability (CSR+D), will create a resource guide for reporting on disability related matters.

GRI Launches New And Updated Services

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GRI recognizes that as the reporting process matures, the quality must also continue to improve. To help achieve this, GRI is launching a new handbook, a new service for reporters, as well as updating two existing services.

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GRI recognizes that as the reporting process matures, the quality must also continue to improve. To help achieve this, GRI is launching a new handbook, a new service for reporters, as well as updating two existing services.

GRI Launches Reporting 2025

GRI convenes international discussion on the future of sustainability reporting
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GRI launches the Reporting 2025 project aimed at promoting an international discussion about the future of sustainability reporting and disclosures.

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GRI launches the Reporting 2025 project aimed at promoting an international discussion about the future of sustainability reporting and disclosures.

Wanted! External Assurance Service Providers

GRI is seeking an external assurance service provider for its 2014/2015 sustainability report.
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Since the 2003-2004 sustainability report, GRI has been regularly publishing its own reports based on the GRI Guidelines. Whilst continuously striving to improve, GRI has decided to opt for external assurance after consultation with its Board of Directors, starting this year. External assurance will provide GRI with the opportunity to check and improve its data gathering processes and systems.

Win A Free Registration To GRI’s Fifth Global Conference!

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GRI is seeking your help in shaping the program for our Fifth Global Conference, which will be held 18-20 May 2016, at the RAI Convention Center in Amsterdam. Vote now and you may win a free registration to GRI’s Fifth Global Conference!

What topics would you like to see covered at our Global Conference? Vote here by selecting three of the following options.

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