Posted By Rachel Alembakis on in Corporate Reporting, Fund Management, Top News

In the 20 years since the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) has launched, it has reshaped the way sustainability is reported and now that it has transitioned from voluntary guidelines into reporting standards, it could impact more profoundly in the future on regulation and policy in this sphere.

Leeora Black, managing director of the Australian Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility

The GRI has recently celebrated its 20th anniversary. In that time, it has become the most widely used framework for the reporting of environmental, social and governance metrics for organisations around the world, used in more than 100 countries by thousands of organisations. 

 

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Rachel Alembakis

Rachel Alembakis

Publisher/Editor at The Sustainability Report
Rachel Alembakis has published The Sustainability Report since 2011. She has more than a decade of experience writing about institutional investments and pension funds for a variety of publications.
Rachel Alembakis

Rachel Alembakis has published The Sustainability Report since 2011. She has more than a decade of experience writing about institutional investments and pension funds for a variety of publications.

Rachel Alembakis

Rachel Alembakis

Publisher/Editor at The Sustainability Report
Rachel Alembakis has published The Sustainability Report since 2011. She has more than a decade of experience writing about institutional investments and pension funds for a variety of publications.
Rachel Alembakis

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