Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is a universally recognized standard in sustainability reporting guidelines. The GRI aims to make sustainability reporting by all organizations as routine and comparable as financial reporting. More than 1000 organizations from 60 countries use the GRI Guidelines to produce their sustainability reports.
The Holcim Corporate Sustainable Development Report 2007, together with additional information on this website, is aligned with the GRI G3 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines at an application level of A+, checked by the GRI. The table below shows the requirements for the various application levels.
To locate elements and information contained within the guidelines, including disclosures on management approach to aspects of the triple bottom line, see the GRI content index.
Holcim, along with 385 other organizations from 45 countries is an Organizational Stakeholder of the GRI and is a member of the of the GRI stakeholder council.
For more information on the GRI, visit their website at:
Corporate Sustainable Development Report 2011
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