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Beyond Reports – GRI monthly podcast

Beyond Reports is a monthly podcast from GRI, pioneer of the world’s most widely used standards on sustainability reporting and corporate disclosure. Each episode features the latest sustainability news, an interview with a member of GRI’s global multi-stakeholder community and insights on how sustainability data can empower action towards a better tomorrow.

December 2017: Swire Pacific on Reporting in Asia
Corporate social responsibility efforts are on the rise in Asia Pacific, in large part driven by new regulatory regimes, such as the Hong Kong Stock Exchange’s requirements for listed companies. We hear from Swire Pacific’s Sustainable Development Manager Mark Harper about the company’s experience reporting in Asia, as well as investor demand for sustainability data. We also have a report from our Regional Hub US and Canada, which is gearing up for the second GRI Reporters’ Summit in February 2018.

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November 2017: Curbing Carbon Emissions
With the UN Climate Change Conference, COP23, taking place in Germany early November, in this month’s show we’ll hear about the innovative ways Munich Airport is working to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. We also have a report from our Regional Hub China, which is busy preparing for several Networking Events in the area later this month.

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October 2017: Tim Mohin
Returning from break, in this month’s podcast GRI’s Chief Executive Tim Mohin talks about GRI’s 20th Anniversary, and the competition in the sustainability reporting landscape. We’ll also hear a report from New York, where leaders from around the world gathered last month to discuss the role of the private sector in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.

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