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Global Reporting Initiative

Global Reporting Initiative. A Common Framework for Sustainability Reporting. CSIN Learning Event #24, 23 March 2007. GRI: Network Organization. GRI Guidelines Uptake Over Time. GRI Reporters. Year. Declared GRI Reporters by Country.

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Global Reporting Initiative

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  1. Global Reporting Initiative A Common Framework for Sustainability Reporting CSIN Learning Event #24, 23 March 2007

  2. GRI: Network Organization

  3. GRI Guidelines Uptake Over Time GRI Reporters Year

  4. Declared GRI Reporters by Country

  5. Examples of Organizations using the GRI Guidelines (appx. 40) • Alcan • Bank of Montreal • Bank of Nova Scotia • BC Hydro • Greater Vancouver Regional District • Hydro Québec • IISD • Mountain Equipment Co-op • Shell Canada • Suncor Energy • Talisman Energy • Trans Alta • Vancouver City Savings Credit Union

  6. GRI: Trusted, Credible Reporting Framework

  7. The G3 Reporting Framework Sector Supplements Principles and Standard Disclosures + National Annexes

  8. Content Strategy and Analysis (Risk, Opportunity Focus re whole organisation) Quality Organizational Profile Boundary Report parameters Governance, commitments, and engagement G3 Map Principles Strategy and Profile G3 Standard Disclosures Economic Category Disclosure on Management Approach (DMA) and Performance Indicators Environmental Category Labor Human Rights Society Product Responsibility Social Category

  9. Examples of Performance Indicators • Economic • Financial implications and other risks and opportunities due to climate change (EC2) • Local hiring (EC7) • Environmental • Materials used (EN1) • Materials used that are recycled input materials (EN2) • Energy consumed (EN3/4) • Energy saved and initiatives to reduce energy consumption (EN5/7) • Impact on biodiversity in protected areas (EN12) • Greenhouse gas emissions (EN16/17) • Amount of waste (EN22) • Environmental impact associated with transportation (EN29)

  10. Examples of Performance Indicators • Labor • Total workforce (LA1) • Employees covered by collective bargaining agreements (LA4) • Health and safety measures (LA7) • Hours of training (LA10) • Governance body/employee diversity (LA13) • Human Rights • Human rights screening on suppliers and contractors (HR2) • Violation of indigenous rights (HR9) • Society • Impact on community (SO1) • Training against corruption (SO4) • Product Responsibility • Life cycle assessment of products/services (PR1) • Customer satisfaction (PR5)

  11. Changes from G2 to G3 • Separation of management disclosures and performance indicators • Number of indicators: 97 → 79 • Economic: Significant changes • Environmental:Mostly clarifications, refinements, and ensuring feasibility of measurement. • Labor:Focus on making the descriptive process indicators into comparable qualitative or quantitative disclosures. • Human Rights: Significant change in the section due to consolidations and refocusing on occurrence of incidents in order to get to comparable disclosures • Society:Focused on a move towards comparability and also did a limited amount of consolidation. One indicator added on corruption. • Product Responsibility: Set focused on a move towards comparability and also did a limited amount of consolidation.

  12. Find out more about GRI • Use the Guidelines and let us know! • Participate in GRI projects • Become an OS member • Sign up to GRI newsletter • Visit us online at www.globalreporting.org • Contact: Naoko Kubo, Project Manager (kubo@globalreporting.org)

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