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  • These numbers are based on the GRI reports list. This list tracks only reports based on the GRI Guidelines which include a GRI index. Many other reports are released by companies and other organizations, many of those are based on the GRI Reporting Framework.
  • What you can’t measure you can’t manage. Sustainability reporting could be part of the answer.

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  • 1. GRI Services GRI Reporting by Marjella Alma Manager Report Services Bonn 9 June 2011 n report services
  • 2. A shift in corporate reporting Financial report Environmental report ESG disclosures ESG disclosures ESG disclosures ESG disclosures Sustainability report Bonn, 9 June 2011
  • 3. Drivers of transparency
    • Leading companies
      • supply chain management
      • objectives & targets
    • Financial crisis
      • the business case for sustainability
      • shift to longer term thinking
    • Investors & rating agencies
    Bonn, 9 June 2011
  • 4. GRI based reports tracked in GRI database up to March 2, 2011 Sustainability reporting growth Bonn, 9 June 2011 Year Growth rate 1999 2000 300% 2001 177% 2002 14% 2003 20% 2004 65% 2005 36% 2006 38% 2007 37% 2008 58% 2009 34% 2010 22%
  • 5. Key developments
    • Mainstreaming sustainability reporting
      • continuous development of GRI Guidelines
      • integrated reporting
    • Regulatory environment
      • governments
      • stock exchanges
    • From report to reporting
      • stakeholder engagement
      • multimedia reporting formats
    Bonn, 9 June 2011
  • 6. What you can’t measure , you cannot manage What can’t manage, you cannot change! Bonn, 9 June 2011 What gets measured, gets managed What gets managed, can be changed!
  • 7. How do you measure sustainability impacts? Who defines the metrics to measure them? Bonn, 9 June 2011
  • 8. rinciple Focus on those topics that matter most = materiality process Bonn, 9 June 2011
  • 9. The tool – the GRI Guidelines Current version G3.1
    • World’s most widely-used sustainability reporting framework.
    • Designed to be used by organizations of all sizes and types, across sectors and regions.
    • Developed by international multi-stakeholder consensus based approach.
    Bonn, 9 June 2011
  • 10. Internal
    • Develop a vision & strategy on sustainability
    • Improve management systems and cut costs
    • Identify strengths & weaknesses
    • Attract & motivate the staff
    • Connect departments & promote innovation
    Benefits External
    • Enhances reputation , trust and respect
    • Improves transparency and dialogue with stakeholders
    • Demonstrates commitment to sustainability
    • Enables comparability and benchmarking
    • Attract investors
    • Source of competitive advantage & become a “market leader”
    Bonn, 9 June 2011