GRI, IRF and SASB: Updated guidance on reporting frameworks

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For those tasked with communicating their organization’s sustainability information, these are challenging times. What to communicate and to whom, and which tools to use, always have been pain points. Add to that the recent increases in the types and volume of data; the number of reporting frameworks, standards and recommendations to handle it; and the interest from disparate stakeholder audiences with different needs — all without a significant increase in people dedicated to reporting.

Boards, top management, investor relations and human resource leaders, along with those in sustainability, EH&S and marketing and communications, have become more involved as a result. This has added yet more challenges, such as agreement on approach across the departments involved; and motivating and gathering data from many subject matter experts across an organization.

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