Adding your report to the Database brings great benefits, including:
NOTE that registering your sustainability report in the Database does not mean that you have notified GRI of the use of the Standards. To fulfil the requirement under the clause 3.4 of the GRI 101: Foundation Standards, you need use the GRI Standards Report Registration System. If you have questions about this process, please contact the GRI Standards Division at firstname.lastname@example.org
Consider also this Step-by-Step Guide, which provides more information on how to register your report, and how to manage your organization and report profiles once your report has been included in the Database.
GRI Data Partners cover most countries and register substantial part of reports that are available on the GRI Sustainability Disclosures Database. These organizations are pivotal in capturing new and relevant sustainability reporting information worldwide. The footer below shows all of GRI’s current Data Partners – just click on their logos and find out more about how you can register your report!
Find out more about the GRI Data Partners here.
HOW TO EDIT INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR ORGANIZATION & REPORT ONCE THEY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO THE DATABASE?
Once your report has been added to the Database, an Organization profile page and a Report profile page are created. Two designated contacts from your organization can then update or add information.
Click here to find out how the designated contacts can manage/add additional data to the Report and Organization Profile Pages in the Sustainability Disclosure Database.
If you are one of the designated contacts from your organization, log in here. You can then access your Database profiles through your Account area.
If you are not yet a designated first or second contact, but you should be, send a request to GRI and GRI will update your account information.
Any type of sustainability, corporate responsibility, or integrated report can be registered in the Database provided it is publically available.
Reports tracked in the database include:
|GRI Reports||Reports that make explicit reference to applying the GRI Standards (through relevant in accordance claims) or GRI’s Sustainability Reporting Guidelines and contain a GRI Content Index (exceptional case being the GRI-Referenced reports).|
Reports that make specific reference to or use elements of GRI’s Sustainability Reporting Guidelines (G4, G3.1 or G3) but do not include a GRI Content Index.
Also, those reports published after 1 July 2018 that refer to the G4 Guidelines will be classified on GRI’s Sustainability Disclosure Database as ‘Citing-GRI Reports’.
|Non-GRI reports||Reports that do not fall under the category of GRI-Standards reports; or any other type of sustainability, corporate responsibility, or integrated report that does not reference or use the GRI Framework. At the same time, these reports need to cover a wide range of sustainability topics by reporting on economic, environmental, and/or social impacts.|
Need more information about the data tracked in the Database? Explore the Data Legend.
If you have any questions or feedback, contact GRI’s Database team at email@example.com