Transparency on oil and gas sector impacts

GRI's first Sector Standard is one step closer, with a  public comment period underway. A proposed sustainability reporting standard for companies operating in the oil and gas sector is open until 6 October. Provide your input today. 

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The global standards for sustainability reporting

The GRI Standards create a common language for organizations – large or small, private or public – to report on their sustainability impacts in a consistent and credible way. This enhances global comparability and enables organizations to be transparent and accountable. 

The Standards help organizations understand and disclose their impacts in a way that meets the needs of multiple stakeholders. In addition to reporting companies, the Standards are highly relevant to many other groups, including investors, policymakers, capital markets, and civil society. 

The Standards are designed as an easy-to-use modular set, starting with the universal Standards. Topic Standards are then selected, based on the organization's material topics – economic, environmental or social. This process ensures that the sustainability report provides an inclusive picture of material topics, their related impacts, and how they are managed.

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Transparency on oil and gas sector impacts

First GRI Sector Standard is one step closer – as public comment period starts

08 Jul 2020
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Deep dive on waste and the circular economy

Business Leadership Forum offers opportunity to build knowledge and expertise

29 Jul 2020
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Tax Standard now available in nine languages

Translations of GRI 207: Tax 2019 increase global reach

23 Jun 2020
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A stronger foundation for impact driven reporting

Public comment period begins for updated Universal Standards​

11 Jun 2020
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