The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is a network-based organisation that has pioneered the development of a widely used sustainability reporting framework and is committed to its continuous improvement and application worldwide.
In order to ensure the highest degree of technical quality, credibility, and relevance, the reporting framework has been developed through a consensus-seeking process with participants drawn globally from business, civil society, labour and professional institutions.
The framework sets out the principles and indicators that organisations can use to measure and report their economic, environmental, and social performance.
Each year we review our reporting parameters to help identify any new areas where we can provide greater disclosure and to ensure we report on what our stakeholders want to know about our business performance.
We recognise for some readers the GRI guidelines provides a useful frame of reference for assessing the quality and content of our corporate responsibility reporting, so have provided a mapping between the GRI indicators and our disclosures.
Where we indicate 'not reported', this should not be taken to mean we are not addressing the issue or that we do not measure and track our performance for internal purposes. However, in a number of areas we do not believe the data we have is complete or sufficiently robust to provide a fair reflection of our performance, so we have not disclosed this data.
We do not self-declare an Application Level.
Link: GRI indicator mapping