Empowering Sustainable Decisions

Empowering Sustainable Decisions

GRI’s work is already embedded in different types of decision making across the world, whether through businesses using the sustainability reporting process to understand, manage and communicate their impacts on critical issues, or governments using this reported information to build smarter policy. Through partnerships, GRI is also advancing sustainable development and responsible investment. 

GRI aims to empower decision makers everywhere to take action towards a more sustainable economy and world. Please visit our website here to learn more about GRI.

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First 100 GRI Standards Reports Published
Created exclusively for the GOLD Community members, the Standards Pioneers Program has kicked off with an impressive participation rate. The 153 Pioneer organizations come from 44 different countries and multiple sectors.   More than half of the Pioneers have already started preparing their sustainability report based on the GRI Standards, and the majority of them will...
Jun 21, 2017 10:00 AM ET
Statement from GRI on the Passing of Ernst Ligteringen
It is with great sadness that we have learned of the passing of Ernst Ligteringen in London, UK, this week. Ernst joined GRI in 2002, and transitioned it from a project that was started under CERES, in Boston, US,  into an independent international organization with a solid independent governance structure and system. He was instrumental in establishing GRI’s leadership...
Jun 16, 2017 11:00 AM ET
GRI Focuses on Three Key Areas to Promote Sustainable Development in Emerging Markets
Triggering tangible economic, social, and environmental improvements in the developing countries was the underlying essence of GRI’s second annual donors meeting. The discussion centered on...
Jun 15, 2017 10:00 AM ET
GRI and Australian Government to Accelerate Investment in the Indo-Pacific
Starting in June, GRI and Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) are launching a new program, ‘Sustainable Trade and Investment through Reporting’ in the Indo-Pacific (STIR Indo-Pacific). The program will target five developing countries in Asia: Bangladesh, Indonesia, Philippines, Sri Lanka and Vietnam. ​ The program will pursue two means of...
Jun 13, 2017 11:30 AM ET
Can Corporate Reporting Help End Poverty?
Companies impact poverty, and poverty, in turn, impacts them. Businesses, therefore, have an important role to play in eradicating poverty and supporting sustainable development. The benefit is mutual – stronger economies and stable societies create vast opportunities for growth in new markets.  ...
Jun 12, 2017 12:30 PM ET

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