Next month, the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) will host its global conference in Amsterdam, a three-day event that will round up the top sustainability professionals and corporate social responsibility thinkers across the globe.
Among the key topics under discussion is the upcoming rollout of the G4 guidelines. Many changes from the current G3 framework are welcome, such as the elimination of the A, B and C reporting levels that often caused confusion about the quality of a report. The G4 guidelines also promise a more rigorous assessment of a companys impact not only on the environment and society, but across a firms value chain.
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