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This year the GRI G4 Guidelines will transition to GRI Sustainability Reporting Standards (GRI Standards).

Following due process, the public comment period for the draft GRI Standards closed on 17 July 2016.

The multi-stakeholder feedback is now being compiled and considered. Resulting updates to the draft GRI Standards and the project’s next steps will be discussed in public GSSB meetings through the coming months.

To learn more, visit the Transition to Standards page, or watch the Transition to GRI Standards Webinar.

 

 

 

 

 

Consultation is now open for the future GSSB Work Program, which will guide GSSB work priorities from 2017-2019, following the launch of the GRI Standards.

All stakeholders are invited to review the draft Work Program and to provide relevant comments via the GRI consultation platform until 28 September 2016.

Access GRI Sustainability Reporting Standards, get support, and engage with us:

 

 

G4 Guidelines
Sector Disclosures
Translations

 

 

Introduction to G4
Moving from G3/G3.1 to G4
Linkage documents and publications
More resources

 

 

FAQ & ask your questions
Provide your feedback
 
Learn about the Global Sustainability Standards Board (GSSB) - the independent standard-setting body within GRI - and its work

  

GSSB
GSSB FAQ
GSSB meetings
Current GSSB Work Program
Future GSSB Work Program draft

 

 

Transition to Standards
'Employee'/'Worker' Terminology
Future GSSB Work Program consultation

 

 

Due Process Protocol