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8 November 2006 at 3:52 pm
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To coincide with the release of the G3 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines, CorporateRegister.com has launched two new sustainability reporting registers.

Staff Reporter | 8 November 2006 at 3:52 pm


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New GRI Registers
8 November 2006 at 3:52 pm

To coincide with the release of the G3 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines, CorporateRegister.com has launched two new sustainability reporting registers.

CorporateRegister.com has partnered with two of the most significant global corporate citizenship initiatives to provide the

complementary reporting resources:

– The GRI Register (www.corporateregister.com/gri)
– The AA1000AS Register (www.corporateregister.com/aa1000as)

Working with the Global Reporting Initiative, CorporateRegister.com launched the GRI Register which provides the official

listings of reports compiled using the 2002 GRI guidelines, searchable using a range of parameters.
Reports using the new G3 guidelines will be identified on the new Register using additional parameters.

Over 1700 reports are currently featured on the GRI Register, from 907 companies across 55 countries.

The GRI Register is easy to use – no login is required, and access is free.

Working with AccountAbility, CorporateRegister.com launched the AA1000AS Register in early October.

The AA1000AS provides the definitive list of reports assured using the AA1000 Assurance Standard, one of the most

important standards in the field of sustainability reporting.

Over 200 reports are currently featured, from 109 companies across 33 countries.

The AA1000AS Register also does not require a login and access is free.

CorporateRegister.com is one of the world’s largest directory of sustainability reports, with over 12,000 reports featured.

Access to the entire directory of reports is free of charge. Most reports are available as PDFs for easy viewing and downloading.



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