To empower decisions that create social, environmental and economic benefits for everyone.
Year of Establishment 1997
The GRI Sustainability Reporting Standards (GRI Standards) are designed to be used by organizations to report about their impacts on the economy, the environment, and/or society. The GRI Standards are structured as a set of interrelated standards. They have been developed primarily to be used together to help an organization prepare a sustainability report which is based on the Reporting Principles and focuses on material topics. The GRI Standards are divided into four
• Universal Standards 100 series (GRI 101: Foundation, GRI 102: General Disclosures, GRI 103: Management Approach)
• Topic specific standards:
-- 200 series (Economic topics)-- 300 series (Environmental topics)-- 400 series (Social topics)
Facts and Figures
• 75% of the largest 250 companies in the world use GRI’s sustainability reporting framework
• 93% of the world’s largest 250 corporations report on their sustainability performance.
• More than 120 policies across almost 60 countries and regions
• 11 impact stories published
• 22 of the Bloomberg 50 companies use GRI to report
• 46,000 reports registrered in the GRI Sustainability Disclosure Database
• 540 organizations from 68 countries active in the GRI GOLD Community
• 315 of the FT Europe 500 companies use GRI to report
• 95 training partners across 64 countries offer GRI Certified Training Courses
• 31,000 participants trained through GRI Certified Training Courses
• 886 report preparers took a GRI Alignment Service
可持续网站对该标准进行了环境、社会、管理、质量和伦理五个维度的分析，该标准在社会维度占比38%，环境维度占比33%，管理维度占比8%，质量维度占比13%，伦理维度占比7%。具体数据及分析请点击以下链接进行查看： Click to see the standards analysis on ITC Sustainability website.