Overview

The Global Reporting Initiative (known as GRI) is an international independent standards organization that helps businesses, governments and other organizations understand and communicate their impacts on issues such as climate change, human rights and corruption.

As of 2015, 7,500 organizations used GRI Guidelines for the sustainability reports. GRI Guidelines apply to multinational organizations, public agencies, smaller and medium enterprises, NGOs, industry groups and others. For municipal governments, they have generally been subsumed by similar guidelines from the UN ICLEI. The GRI is an example of an organization that acts outside of the top-down power command structures associated with government (e.g., quasi-autonomous bodies and regulators). Environmental governance is the multifaceted and multilayered nature of "governing" the borderless and state-indiscriminate natural environment.

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Designer
Project
Metric type
Research Policy
Year
Sort
7
Global Reporting Initiative+image
Research | community assessed
621 1383
6
Global Reporting Initiative+image
Research | community assessed
439 651
5
Global Reporting Initiative+image
Research | community assessed
114 209
4
Global Reporting Initiative+image
Research | community assessed
563 1104
959 2620
4
Global Reporting Initiative+image
Research | community assessed
428 956
3
Global Reporting Initiative+image
Research | community assessed
833 1808
519 995
2
Global Reporting Initiative+image
Research | community assessed
406 890
2
Global Reporting Initiative+image
Research | community assessed
565 1015
297 632
2
Global Reporting Initiative+image
Research | community assessed
582 1144
2
Core+Image
Research | community assessed
8 8
763 1791
1
Global Reporting Initiative+image
Research | community assessed
201 248
1
Global Reporting Initiative+image
Research | community assessed
734 1737
1
Global Reporting Initiative+image
Research | community assessed
578 1170
1
Global Reporting Initiative+image
Research | community assessed
556 999
1
Global Reporting Initiative+image
Research | community assessed
211 291
27 28