GRI disclosures

Overview of GRI disclosures

The GRI Standards represent global best practice for reporting publicly on a range of economic, environmental and social impacts. Sustainability reporting based on the Standards provides information about an organization's positive or negative contributions to sustainable development. The standards are organised in universal standards and topic-specific standards and contain disclosures and the lower-level requirements for disclosures.

102 General Disclosures

103 Management Approach

201 Economic Performance

202 Market Presence

203 Indirect Economic Impacts

204 Procurement impacts

205 Anti-corruption

206 Anti-competitive Behavior

301 Materials

302 Energy

303 Water

304 Biodiversity

305 Emissions

306 Effluents and waste

307 Environmental Compliance

308 Supplier Environmental Assessment

401 Employment

402 Labor/management relations

403 Occupational health and safety

404 Training and education

405 Diversity and equal opportunity

406 Non-discrimination

407 Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining

408 Child Labor

409 Forced or Compulsory Labor

410 Security Practices

411 Rights of Indigenous Peoples

412 Human Rights Assessment

413 Local Communities

414 Supplier Social Assessment

415 Public Policy

416 Customer Health and Safety

417 Marketing and Labeling

418 Customer Privacy

419 Socioeconomic Compliance