The non-financial, ESG, and sustainability reporting landscape is constantly evolving. Businesses reporting their sustainability performance can refer to or use a variety of international and national frameworks, standards and guidelines such as CDP, GRI, SASB, TCFD, DJSI and the SDGs (to name a few). Get the latest industry updates and learn more about the available sustainability and ESG frameworks and standards to support your company's reporting here.
Our team of industry professionals has put together this page which covers the difference between Frameworks and Standards, plus a summary of all the common ones, to help you make the right decision for your business needs.
Learn more about how Greenstone enables its clients to report using the GRI Standards through its award-winning software and services.
he GRI standards are a modular system and consist of three series of standards; revised Universal Standards, new Sector Standards, adapted Topic Standards. This blog aims to provide a better understanding of what these standards mean for business as well as highlight the main updates that took place.
GRI and SASB released 'A Practical Guide to Sustainability Reporting Using GRI and SASB Standards'. This guide shares the results of joint research from GRI and SASB, where they explore the experiences of companies that use the two sets of standards together to fulfil their reporting needs.
In this article, we will explore the key aspects of GRI reporting and how companies can effectively use the GRI standards to strengthen their ESG strategy. We will also provide guidance on how to use Greenstone's ESG software to streamline the GRI reporting process.
The sustainability disclosure landscape can be duplicative and confusing to navigate for reporting companies. Collaboration to enable companies to use both sets of standards together and understand how to communicate sustainability performance data to stakeholders is a positive move.