GRI Standards – Global Reporting Initiative
Collect, structure and report your sustainability data in line with GRI Standards to communicate your impacts to stakeholders and investors in a transparent way.
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What is GRI?
GRI (Global Reporting Initiative) is an independent, international standards organisation that helps businesses, governments and other organisations take responsibility for and clearly communicate their impacts on the world.
GRI provide the world’s most widely used sustainability reporting standards which cover topics ranging from biodiversity to tax, waste to emissions, diversity and equality to health and safety. Through the common language created by these standards, GRI reporting enables transparency and dialogue between companies and their stakeholders.
Who uses the GRI Standards?
The internationally recognised GRI Standards provide a structure for organisations to publicly report their impacts on the economy, environment and people in a way that ensures transparency and comparability for a range of stakeholders. The Standards guide organisations in how to measure and track data from the whole spectrum of ESG and represent one of the most widely used standards in sustainability among both large and medium-sized companies around the world.
Any organisation – regardless of size, sector, or public or private status – can use the GRI Standards. The GRI Standards enable organisations to provide evidence on their impacts and performance and outline their management approach, including goals and targets linked to each material topic. Businesses can use the information disclosures to evaluate and guide strategy, decision making and target setting linked to their sustainability efforts and ESG agenda. GRI disclosures are also a valuable source of information for investors to asses a company’s sustainability performance, identify risks and evaluate long-term growth potential.