GRI works with IIRC and leading companies to eliminate reporting confusion

Source: , 12 January 2017

Sustainability disclosure provides a broader view of a company’s performance than financial disclosure alone. When used in integrated reporting, it can reveal value creation across six capitals: financial, manufactured, intellectual, human, social and relationship and natural. ​Powered by a unique >>> read more

Top tips to cut the crap in reporting

Source: , 10 January 2017

In the last decade, transparency and corporate reporting progressed tremendously, allowing society access to performance information that is usually not available in financial reports. Sustainability (or non-financial) reporting enable stakeholders – like investors, regulators, employees, NGOs, communities, partners, etc. – >>> read more