Definitions for "Global Reporting Initiative"
Independent institution developing a generally accepted framework for sustainability reporting.
The Global Reporting Initiative is a private initiative launched in 1997 by the Boston-based Coalition for Environmentally Responsible Economies (CERES) and the United Nations Environment Program. In 2000, the GRI published voluntary Sustainability Reporting Guidelines. The GRI has worked in cooperation with the Global Compact since 2002.
An international effort to create a common framework for voluntary reporting of economic, environmental and social impact of organisational-level activity. The GRI mission is to elevate the comparability and credibility of reporting practices worldwide.
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