Increase the transparency of your 'GRI-referenced' material

 What is the GRI-Referenced Service?


​Through their modular structure, the GRI Standards offer more flexibility to reporters to select the specific content relevant for them. This option is referred to as a 'GRI-referenced' claim. It is appropriate for an organization that wants to report on their economic, environmental and/or social impacts, but which are not looking to use the GRI Standards to provide a full picture of its material topics and related impacts.

The GRI-Referenced Service confirms that the claim included in the published materials is aligned with the requirements of GRI 101, clause 3.3 on 'Using selected Standards with a GRI-referenced claim'.


 What does the GRI-Referenced Service Review?


 What is the timeline and fee for the GRI-Referenced Service?


 Organizational Mark for your materials!


 How can I apply for the GRI-Referenced Service?


 What documents do I need to consult?


Disclaimer: GRI services do not verify, check or pass judgment on the quality of the disclosures within a report nor the process of preparing the disclosures. That responsibility remains with the reporting organization and its stakeholders. GRI’s services are not an external assurance engagement, although are complementary. GRI does not carry any legal responsibility for the implementation of the feedback by the organization. The GSSB is an independent operating entity under the auspices of GRI and has sole responsibility for setting globally accepted standards for sustainability reporting and as such has no involvement with the delivery of GRI Services.