GRI news update june 2006

Source: Global Reporting Initiative, 19 June 2006

News update from the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI).
Introducing the Logistics and Transportation Sector Supplement

After over a year’s worth of work by a multi-stakeholder working group, convened with the help of the World Economic Forum’s Logistics & Transportation Corporate Citizenship Initiative (L&TCCI WEF).

OS set to take advantage of new benefits

Apparel and Footwear Sector Supplement posted for public comment

GRI launched a process to develop a pilot version of the Apparel and Footwear Sector Supplement in 2005.

SME reporting gaining momentum in India

A workshop on the GRI Guidelines and the High 5! handbook for Small and Medium Enterprise formed a key part of a recent Corporate Social Responsibility workshop near Mumbai.

Spanish translation of "High 5! A guide to reporting for small and not-so-small enterprises" now available

If you have not visited GRI’s e-shop lately, have a look today. A new product has been added, the Spanish translation of the globally popular "High 5!" guidance for small enterprises.

GRI welcomes three new Board members

Kumi Naidoo (CIVICUS), Sean Harrigan (former CalPERS), and Kishor Chaukor (Tata) attended their first Board meeting in May at GRI’s office in Amsterdam.

Inside GRI Headquarters: Follow all the action on Alyson’s BLOG

The team at the GRI in Amsterdam is busily working towards the launch of the G3 Guidelines on October 5 2006.

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