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The Global Sustainability Standards Board (GSSB) is transitioning the G4 Guidelines into GRI Sustainability Reporting Standards (GRI Standards). In line with GRI's longstanding multi-stakeholder approach and Due Process Protocol for standards development, the exposure drafts of GRI Standards are open for review and comment until 17 July 2016. Check out what others are saying about the new standards.
Amsterdam, June 3, 2016 /3BL Media/ - The second set of draft GRI Sustainability Reporting Standards (GRI Standards) is now available for public comment until 17 July 2016. This latest set of 30 topic-specific, draft GRI Standards is based on the Aspects from the G4 Guidelines, and each covers a separate sustainability topic, such as Anti-corruption, Emissions, Biodiversity, or Child labor.
This month Nelmara Arbex talks about the initial findings of the Sustainability and Reporting 2025 project in the new GRI publication "The Next Era of Corporate Disclosure: Digital, Responsible, Interactive".
19 April 2016, Amsterdam /3BL Media/ - The first set of exposure drafts of GRI Sustainability Reporting Standards (GRI Standards) is now available for public comment. For a period of 90 days, anyone can review the initial set of six GRI Standards and offer feedback to the Global Sustainability Standards Board (GSSB), the independent standard-setting body, which acts in the public interest to develop and approve GRI Standards.