14 Mar '12, 2pm

Higher GRI Application Levels Mean Better Sustainability, Report Finds

As GRI application levels relate to transparency rather than sustainability, the consultancy says that at first glance application levels can appear insignificant as a measure of sustainability performance. But when looking at the specifics of the required disclosures, implicit quality controls built into GRI application levels facilitate a company’s greater commitment to sustainability. This in turn encourages high quality disclosures, the report says.

Full article: http://www.environmentalleader.com/2012/03/14/higher-gri-...

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