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How to link the GRI Standards with the SDGs

Helping organisations show SDGs progress in their sustainability reporting

An updated resource is now available to assist companies to report on progress in support of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through the GRI Standards.  Tweet This!

The new document – Linking the SDGs and the GRI Standards – covers the 17 SDGs and maps them against the Standards and disclosures that apply for each. This makes it easier for organisations to use their reporting through the GRI Standards to assess how they impact the SDGs.

Globally, only the GRI Standards provide a complete set of standards that uniquely addresses all 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Sustainability reporters worldwide do not need to use any other sustainability framework for their report.

Revised to cover all new and updated GRI Standards, the document replaces a previous version from 2016 (which was part of the SDGs Compass).
It now includes:
GRI 207: Tax 2019,
GRI 403: Occupational Health & Safety 2018, and
GRI 303: Water & Effluents 2018

GRI has developed tools and initiatives that help enable a strong private sector role in measuring and achieving the SDGs. This includes the Business reporting on the SDGs resources, created in collaboration with UN Global Compact. Meanwhile, examples of corporate SDG reporting were launched in February.

Driving Corporate Action Towards Accomplishing the SDGs, a partnership led by GRI and Enel, continues this year. This project has involved online collaboration forums, to explore how to increase the SDGs contribution made by companies. The next stage will include regional events to develop new solutions and continue the dialogue.

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SustainCase was primarily created to demonstrate, through case studies, the importance of dealing with a company’s most important impacts in a structured way, with use of the GRI Standards. To show how today’s best-run companies are achieving economic, social and environmental success – and how you can too.

Research by well-recognised institutions is clearly proving that responsible companies can look to the future with optimism.

 

FBRH GRI Standards Certified, IEMA & CIM recognised Sustainability Course | Venue: London LSE

By registering for the next FBRH GRI Standards Certified, IEMA & CIM recognised course you will be taking the first step in gaining the many benefits of sustainability reporting.

Most importantly, you will gain the knowledge to use the GRI Standards, project manage your own first-class sustainability report and:

  • Identify your most important impacts on the Environment, Economy and Society
  • Begin taking solid, focused, all-round sustainability action ASAP

 

FBRH has trained some of the world’s largest companies: Aramco, AIB, Aston Martin, Blackrock, Deloitte, Engie, ERM CVS, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Heineken International, KPMG, London School of Economics (LSE), Lundin Petroleum, Manchester Metropolitan University, Netherlands Enterprise Agency, Nord Stream 2 AG, Norwegian Property ASA, Phillips Lighting, PwC,Salterbaxter (an MSL Company), Telenor ASA, United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR), Volkswagen Group UK Limited, Walgreens Boots Alliance, World Business Council For Sustainable Development (WBCSD)… complete list…

 

 

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