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Globally most accepted framework

The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) produces a comprehensive Sustainability Reporting Framework that is widely used around the world to enable greater organizational transparency.

There are over 100 countries communicating the impact of business on critical sustainability issues with GRI.

GRI indicators connected with SDGs

GRI and SDGs:

GRI , together with UN Global Compact provides guidance how to connect the sustainability indicators (KPIs) to the SDG targets and KPIs.

UN Global Compact is the largest corporate sustainability initiative in the world, with more than 9,500 companies and 3,000 non-business signatories based in over 160 countries, and more than 65 Local Networks.

Download GRI – UNGC Guidance SDGs

GRI indicators connected with ISO 26000

By using the GRI framework in conjunction with the ISO 26000 guidance, reporters will have a practical set of tools to measure and report on their social responsibility issues and practices.

The linkage document explains the connection from both perspectives.

  • Table 1 (from GRI perspective): for every GRI indicator its relationship with the ISO 26000 (C)SR issues and relevant paragraphs.
  • Table 2 (from ISO perspective) is new: the relationship between the ISO 26000 paragraphs and GRI indicators and paragraphs.


Download GRI – ISO 26000 linkage