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Transitioning to Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards

Transitioning to GRI standards

Sustainability is an approach that creates long-term stakeholder value by managing risks and embracing opportunities through optimization of the economic, environmental and social bottom-lines.

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With the increasing need for organizations to showcase their commitment towards sustainable development and disclose on their business impacts to their stakeholders, increasing number of organizations have started reporting on their performance across all three pillars of sustainability, i.e.,economic, environmental and social
aspects.  

Key highlights: 

  • Overview of the GRI Standards
  • Evolution of the GRI Standards
  • How are the GRI Standards different from the GRI G4 guidelines
  • Changes in reporting aspects
  • Key consideratons for organizations adopting the GRI Standards-based reporting

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