By Camila Corradi Bracco, Policy Senior Coordinator, Global Reporting Initiative
It’s widely accepted that the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are central to how, as an international community, we collaborate to address the most urgent global challenges that we face. The Goals provide a route map towards a better and more sustainable future, yet what do they mean in practice for companies? And how can businesses meaningfully contribute to their fulfilment?
Business Leaders Gather to Explore Links Between Reporting and True Impact
Reporting should be more than just ticking boxes. It’s about making a difference – for your business and our world. It is about creating sustainable outcomes that drive value, fuel growth and strengthen our environment and societies.
The question is, how do we as companies ensure that reporting does not become just a cursory exercise to satisfy shareholders and investors, but maintains focus on sustainable impact for our people and the communities in which we operate?
By: Susan Moore, AMD Corporate Vice President, Corporate Responsibility and International Government Affairs, and President, AMD Foundation
For 27 years, AMD has been annually disclosing the steps we take to embed corporate responsibility (CR) across our business. In our latest CR Report, we look back on how we pushed the limits of innovation to help solve some of the world’s most important challenges, and we look forward to even bigger ambitions.
Latest GRI podcasts address collective action for a sustainable future
What is the role of multi-stakeholder partnerships in addressing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)? Top experts from the field of corporate sustainability get beneath the surface of this issue, in the final two installments of SDGs: The Rising Tide.
The GRI Perspective: Demystifying the World of ESG Benchmarks
July 27, 2022 /3BL Media/ - What is the role of the ESG ratings industry, do they actually determine whether companies are sustainable or not – and how will future changes in the world sustainability reporting affect them?
Progress on new chair appointment for the EFRAG Sustainability Reporting Board
July 14, 2022 /3BL Media/ - The news that Patrick de Cambourg has been confirmed by the European Parliament’s Legal Affairs (JURI) Committee as the preferred candidate to Chair the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG) Sustainability Reporting Board has been warmly welcomed by GRI. Mr. De Cambourg was the preferred candidate of the European Commission.
Global Reporting Initiative launches Sector Standard for agriculture, aquaculture and fishing
June 28, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Three sectors that produce the food and materials that are fundamental to humanity’s survival are being supported to take accountability for their impacts, following the publication today of a new GRI Standard.
Draft European Reporting Requirements Mapped to the GRI Standards
Following the publication of the exposure drafts of the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) in April – hailed by GRI as a necessary step to achieving the EU Green Deal – an analysis of the ESRS against the widely used GRI Standards is now available.