GRI

Global Reporting Initiative & CSR Reporting

The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) produces one of the world’s most prevalent standards for sustainability reporting – increasingly required by companies large and small. This page contains stories about the GRI and related reporting.

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Interview: Tara O’Shea, Code REDD

At this year's Global Reporting Initiative conference, I talked to Tara O'Shea from Code REDD about how sustainability reporting can benefit forest preservation…
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Interview: Paul Simpson, CDP

CDP, formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project, provides the only global system for companies and cities to measure, disclose, manage and share vital environmental…
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Interview: Mike Wallace, GRI Focal Point USA

At this year’s Global Reporting Initiative conference, I sat down with Mike Walace, GRI’s Focal Point USA director to talk about why stock…
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Interview: Sandy Frucher, Vice Chairman, NASDAQ

Why would a stock exchange care about sustainability reporting? NASDAQ has encouraged its members to disclose non-financial performance via GRI reports for years…
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Interview: Carnival Corporation Sustainability Team on CSR Reporting

I had the opportunity to talk to James Van Langen and Elaine Heldewier about the history of CSR reporting at Carnival Corporation -…
Novozymes demonstrates the connection between its financial success and sustainable outlook

Integrated Reporting Done Right at Novozymes

At last week's GRI conference in Amsterdam, Integrated Reporting was on everyone's minds. I sat down with one company who has got it…
G4 Developments

Key Changes in Global Reporting Initiative’s G4

This is the final post in our series on the countdown to the G4. Previous iterations of the Global Reporting Initiative’s standards have…
Is sustainability ready to merge into the integrated reporting superhighway?

Why the World May Not Be Ready for Integrated Reporting

While merging sustainability with financial reporting holds many benefits, here are a few reasons why integrated reporting still faces challenges.
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Interview: Marjella Alma of GRI Focal Point USA

Reporting from the Global Reporting Initiative's 2013 conference in Amsterdam, I had a chance to chat with Marjella Alma of GRI about the…
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Interview: Nancy Mancilla, ISOS Group

Reporting from the Global Reporting Initiative's 2013 conference in Amsterdam, I had a chance to chat with Nancy Mancilla about the new G4…
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U.S. Companies Drag Their Feet on UN Global Compact

The U.S. reporting landscape makes UNGC compliance difficult. A new partnership announced today may ease the burdens.
HP, 2012 sustainability report, global citizenship report, social enterprise, CHAI, Kenya, India, carbon footprint, carbon emissons, Chris Librie, supply chain, Chongqing, China, Swarthmore College, Clinton Global Initiative, carbon reporting, carbon footprint disclosure, Chuasala, Leon Kaye, transparency, Silicon Valley

We Review HP’s 2012 Sustainability Report

This week HP released its 2012 sustainability report, which covers the company's work on carbon reporting, social enterprise and supply chain transparency.
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Global Reporting Initiative’s G4 Guidelines Revealed

The first confirmed whispers of G4 content have been released by GRI.
SAP, integrated reporting, GRI, global reporting initiative, enterprise software, employee engagement, innovation, transformation, Leon Kaye, co-innovate, Sapphire Now, sustainable strategy, sustainability strategy, Peter Graf

5 Necessary Steps to Better Integrated Reporting AND a More Sustainable Company

SAP's Chief Sustainability Officer Peter Graf outlines the 5 steps behind an effective integrated report.
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GRI’s Alignment with the Integrated Reporting Standard

In the lead up to GRIs Amsterdam Global Conference on Sustainability & Transparency May 22-24, 2013, Nancy Mancilla takes a closer look at…