The only on-line resource that breaks down best practice and UK legal requirements into a user-friendly, project management sustainability reporting package
It’s a fantastic source of information, very comprehensive and a reassuring guide if you are just starting out with this kind of work. I haven’t completed GRI reporting myself but I would feel confident to do so with this template.
A helpful resource for companies looking to begin or deepen their sustainability reporting. It brings useful material and sources together in one place.
Is your organisation thinking of producing a sustainability report? Has your organisation unlocked its reporting potential by providing information in a way that investors, customers, regulators and employees find both useful and credible? Does your company know what Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G4 guidelines entail?
We have produced a USER-FRIENDLY SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING GUIDE AND TEMPLATE to help your organization produce a sustainability report capable of assurance to the latest globally recognised standard (Global Reporting Initiative standard: G4). You will not need to:
- attend expensive training workshops, as you will have all the information in one document that can be shared company-wide easily
- spend significant time or money gathering and interpreting technical information yourselves or with the assistance of consultants
Sustainability reporting is growing. The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G4 sustainability reporting framework was launched in May 2013. It has over 300 pages of technical guidance. Our user friendly guide, not only explains G4 but makes reporting more accessible. The reporting package is aimed at making the process of sustainability reporting more cost effective, providing legal and best practice guidelines in one place.
|What is Included?||Guide||Template||Reporting Package|
|Flow diagrams and information bubbles
highlighting key requirements
|Explanations and tips on: reporting frameworks,
reporting ambition, desk-top research, internal workshops, stakeholder engagement, materiality, data management, reviews, format and assurance
|Translation of over 300 pages of technical framework
guidance into a 46 page concise, step-by-step, project management process
|All the information disclosure
requirements needed to comply with G4
|Tips on information to include in
the report to enhance its presentation
|One-to-one telephone consultation
assistance on developing your bespoke
|1.5 hours||3.5 hours|
|TOTAL (INCLUDING VAT)||£570||£780||£1320|
To see the technical level and length of the G4 guidance click here
The GRI have released an online tool to help organisations manage the information: G4 Online. The GRI recommends that users have a basic understanding of the guidelines before using the tool. Click here
BRONZE PACKAGE: The guide
£475 excl. VAT (£570 with VAT)
Please contact us for a revised price if your organisation is incorporated in Africa, South America (excluding Brasil) and outside the EU.
SILVER PACKAGE: The template
£650 excl. VAT (£780 with VAT ) and includes 1.5 hours free consultation advice.
Please contact us for a revised price if your organisation is incorporated in Africa, South America (excluding Brasil) and outside the EU .
GOLD PACKAGE: The Reporting package
£1100 excl. VAT (£1320 with VAT ) and includes 3.5 hours of one to one consultation advice.
Please contact us for a revised price if your organisation is incorporated in Africa, south America (excluding Brasil) and outside the EU.
Other useful links:
DSB and UNEP launch Report on Corporate Sustainability Reporting
FREE G4/G3.1 SUMMARY AND COMPARISON GUIDE
BPA Worldwide has produced an easy to use G4/G3.1 summary and comparison. The guide particularly helps organisations who are moving from G3.1 to G4. For first time reporters, the GRI recommends following the G4 Guidelines.