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​GRI Standards In Practice Series

At GRI we believe that creating transparency through sustainability reporting is an essential first step to addressing the world’s most pressing challenges. The GRI Sustainability Reporting Standards can help companies unlock the transformational power of sustainability data, understand and communicate their impacts, and meet stakeholder demands for non-financial information.
With the GRI Standards In Practice Series, GRI looks to provide support to sustainability reporting professionals throughout their reporting journeys. Through practical guidance, expert insights, and best practice examples, the program aims to equip participants with the knowledge and tools they need to get a firm grasp of sustainability reporting concepts and ensure their reports are aligned with the GRI Standards.
The Program Offers

•      The opportunity to connect with experts and gain unique insights
      about the GRI Standards
•       Exclusive access to content and resources to guide your reporting
•      The latest insights and news about updates to the Standards 

The GRI Standards In Practice is an exclusive online program for the GRI GOLD Community. In a series of webinars, participants will have the opportunity to explore the GRI Standards together with their peers with support and guidance from GRI. Download the brochure here.

Introduction to the GRI Standards

In the first two webinars, we will explore the central concepts and principles of GRI reporting found in GRI's Universal Standards. We will kick off the series with a session on GRI 101: Foundation and GRI 102: General Disclosures. In the second session of the series, we will examine the key features of GRI's Topic-Specific Standards and how these relate to GRI 103: Management Approach.   

GRI Standards - Deep Dives

In the second part of the series, participants will be able to find the latest information on the revised GRI 303: Water and GRI 403: Occupational Health & Safety Standards, learn more about the complexities of the Materiality and Boundary principles, and discuss how companies can use the GRI Standards to understand and communicate their contributions to the Sustainable Development Goals. 

Registration for the webinars will open soon. Members will be able to register by visiting the GOLD Community private pages. 
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The GRI GOLD Community is GRI's corporate membership program. The members are at the heart, shaping the future of sustainability and reporting, and empowering decision making towards a more sustainable economy and world. Forming a global community of practice and knowledge sharing, the GOLD Community includes over 500 companies and organizations in 67 countries.

To learn more, watch our video in which GRI's Chief Executive Tim Mohin talks about the GOLD Community.