In late 2016, the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) launched the latest version of its sustainability reporting framework. The ‘GRI Standards’ moves organisations away from the static nature of the previous GRI G4 framework and into what GRI are dubbing a “more flexible and future-proof” set of reporting guidelines.
As the most widely used reporting framework globally, the latest change aims to build on GRI G4 to help companies be more transparent in all areas of sustainability and to help organisations contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Greenstone is holding a 30-minute webinar at 4pm BST on Wednesday 31st May, focussing on the changes made within the GRI Standards and to provide guidance on what organisations can do to start the reporting process.
Whether you have long been reporting against GRI or are thinking about reporting for the first time, join this short webinar to understand:
- What has changed in the GRI Standards
- Migrating from GRI G4
- How you can start the GRI Standards reporting process
- How to link the GRI Standards with other reporting frameworks such as the SDGs
Greenstone’s non-financial reporting software is one of the first software tools to complete the certification for the implementation of the new GRI Standards content. It has been certified by GRI’s Certified Software and Tools Program which guarantees that software and digital tools are using GRI content accurately, enabling robust and transparent reporting and making sustainability reports better, more accessible and easier to produce.
Greenstone is also a GRI GOLD Community member and it supports GRI’s mission to develop globally accepted sustainability reporting guidelines through a global multi-stakeholder process.