Discover the GRI Standards
Sustainability reporting is an organization’s practice of reporting publicly on its economic, environmental, and social impacts.
The GRI Standards represent global best practice in sustainability reporting. They are designed to be used as a set by any organization that wants to report about its impacts, and how it contributes towards sustainable development.
The GRI Standards are also a trusted reference for policy makers and regulators worldwide; they encourage and enable credible non-financial reporting by the companies under their jurisdictions.
To report with the Standards, all organizations begin with GRI 101: Foundation, which is the starting point for using the set.
The resources below provide support for new and existing reporters. They include a video introduction, sector guidance, and information on GRI services.
Watch an introduction to the GRI Standards
Learn about the full set of GRI Standards and how they are used together in sustainability reporting.
View the GRI Standards webinar
Watch experts review the new GRI Standards.
GRI Standards translations
Access available translations of the GRI Standards, or find out more about upcoming translations and how to get involved.GRI Standards translations
GRI Sector Program
Discover the GRI Sector Program, in which GRI Sector Standards will be developed.GRI Sector Program
Ask questions about the GRI Standards or provide feedback to inform their future development.Questions and feedback