A new version of GRI’s Waste Standard is approaching publication after receiving approval from GRI’s Global Sustainability Standards Board (GSSB) and sign-off by the Due Process Oversight Committee.Read More
A new toolkit to advance reporting on modern slavery has been published by GRI and the Responsible Labor Initiative, an Initiative of the Responsible Business Alliance. The resource provides guidance on increasing the effectiveness of corporate reporting, underpinning the transparency and accountability needed to support global efforts towards eradicating modern slavery.Read More
Can private sector participation in the SDGs unlock more sustainable business practices? An ambitious project has been launched to explore how the private sector can actively contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) — and determine the role of reporting and partnerships is to support this process.Read More
As Global Reporting Initiative marks two decades since launching its first draft sustainability reporting guidelines, the organization has highlighted the significance of a growing demand for environmental, social, and governance (ESG) data.Read More
GRI’s new paper, A Closer Look at Water and GHG Emissions Disclosure, looks into three areas of sustainability reporting: investor expectations, investor perception and reporting practice.Read More
Last month, as part of the ‘Sustainability and Reporting 2025’ Project, GRI convened business executives and thought leaders from various fields at a trends forum in Rome to explore what the next 10 years of sustainability and reporting might look like. One of the speakers, Amy Zalman, CEO at World Future Society, provides her take on the discussions.
GRI was present in Paris to witness the intense negotiations leading up to what is now being hailed as the most historic agreement for the future of our planet. For the first time, every nation on Earth has committed to reducing their greenhouse gas emissions, to keep warming well below 2-degrees Celsius, and to pursue efforts to limit warming to 1.5-degrees Celsius.Read More