GRI has introduced a number of changes at every level: there is a new logo, a new vision and a new mission. It's not about a fundamental change of direction, but about a logical evolution from the existing model. Over the past years the emphasis lay on creating awareness of support for sustainable reporting. Now it is time for the next step: integrating sustainable thinking into the daily activities of policy makers. After all, a report is only a snapshot, while sustainability deserves constant attention.
‘A future where sustainability is integral to every organization’s decision-making process.’ – New vision GRI
‘To empower decision-makers everywhere through our Standards and multi-stakeholder network to take action towards a more sustainable economy and world.’ – New mission GRI
The common denominator of the new-style GRI is ‘empowering sustainable decisions’. In order to realize that, four strategic objectives have been defined:
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‘GRI envisions a future beyond reports, where information from sustainability reporting empowers decision making throughout organizations.’ – Michael Meehan, CEO GRI
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