GRI’s annual report is ‘most accessible and transparent ever’
July 12, 2019 /3BL Media/ - GRI has demonstrated its commitment to increasing and improving the tools available to support sustainability report preparers, as showcased in its latest annual report.
In GRI’s ‘Towards more and better reporting’ 2018 Annual Report, the organization demonstrates how to navigate the challenge of analyzing and accessing data, which can often be locked in to reports, by presenting it in a compelling way.
March 28, 2019 /3BL Media/ - A future where disclosure of the taxes paid by businesses is common international practice is one step closer, following widespread and trans-national support received through a GRI consultation exercise – and from investment organizations in particular.
As national economies become increasingly integrated, there have been growing calls from around the world – including investors, governments and wider civil society – for more corporate reporting on tax.
The food and beverage industry is facing change, and brands have to adapt or risk losing out. Climate uncertainties, population growth, evolving consumer expectations, and other social and regulatory considerations make for a landscape where only the most prepared will thrive.
Bard MBA Live Sustainability Podcast w/ Eric Henry President of TS Designs
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On February 5th, Bard MBA in Sustainability spoke with Eric Henry, President of TS Designs. TS offers the most sustainable t-shirts and printing options on the planet. They use organic cotton, recycled materials and even an organic “dirt to shirt” grown and made in North Carolina shirts and use water based inks. They also use on site solar, wind and compost power to power much of their facilities.
Johannesburg, May 12, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Today, GRI, developer of the world’s most widely used sustainability reporting standard, has opened the two-day Africa Regional Conference: Transformation Through Transparency. The conference is being held in Johannesburg, South Africa, and brings together sustainability professionals from across the African continent and the globe. The GRI Africa Regional Conference provides a platform for idea sharing.
The SEC has proposed new disclosure rules to require companies to make it much clearer to investors how compensation for top executives is linked to financial performance. Correlations between corporate executive pay and shareholder returns are hard to extract from current reports. The proposed new rules would mandate consistent, pay-for-performance metrics that make such links easier to evaluate.
Amsterdam, April 9, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Attracting and retaining investments can present myriad complexities for business, governments and local communities, as Africa’s doors of opportunity swing open ever-wider. In order to explore ways to maximise these opportunities in a manner that benefits all of Africa’s stakeholder groups, GRI is convening the Africa Regional Conference, on 12 and 13 May 2015, at the EY offices in Johannesburg, South Africa.