Last chance to vote for your favorite entry in GRI Feature Article Competition

Jan 18, 2011 10:10 AM ET

(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) January 18, 2011 - Voting continues apace this week for GRI’s Feature Article Competition. The competition invited individuals who are involved in sustainability reporting and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to write an article that relates to these fields, and to share their experiences. GRI received 24 entries from around the globe including Australia, Bulgaria, India and the United States. So far, 255 people have cast a vote for their favorite entry. Don’t miss your last chance to choose your favorite author. Public voting closes on Sunday, 23 January 2011.

The competition is designed to attract sustainability reporting enthusiasts who are looking to expand their networks by providing exposure through the GRI Newsletter- which is read by over 17,000 subscribers from the consultancy, NGO, business, government and academic sectors, as well as GRI reporters and sustainability experts.   The competition is judged by public vote combined with an expert panel of judges who will select three winners. Each of the winning articles will be featured in one of GRI’s newsletters over a period of three months, starting February 2011. In addition, the first place contestant will win a hard copy of the GRI G3 Guidelines, in English, (worth 79 Euros) and a full set of GRI Learning Publications (worth 200 Euros), available in multiple languages. The second and third place contestants will each receive a GRI Learning Publication of choice (worth 50 Euros).   For more information, please visit:      GRI11312