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Understanding G4: The Concise Guide to Next Generation Sustainability Reporting (DoShorts), Cohen, Elaine
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Author Name:    Cohen, Elaine

Title:   Understanding G4: The Concise Guide to Next Generation Sustainability Reporting (DoShorts)

Binding:   PAPERBACK

Book Condition:   New

Publisher:    Routledge 

ISBN Number:   1909293636 / 9781909293632

Seller ID:   ING9781909293632

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Should you or your clients report using the new G4 sustainability reporting framework? What's the significance of the changes and how do they affect you? What is the right reporting level for your company? What should you do next...? Sustainability reporting is here to stay and expanding its influence. The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G4 Sustainability Reporting Framework was launched in May 2013, with the publication of two manuals, adding up to 300 pages of technical guidance. Since then thousands of reporters have been hoping for a short and definitive guide to this new reporting paradigm. This is it In this expert guide to G4, Elaine Cohen cuts to the chase, presenting an easy-to-follow review of everything any company needs to know in order to decide whether to use the G4 Framework and if so, how. If you want to know what G4 means for corporate reporters, whether they are first-timers, SMEs, experienced global companies or existing GRI reporters at any level, this book is for you. It will give you the answers you need to make decisions, in a user-friendly format, and help you deliver greater value to your own company or your client companies. This book will also help users of reports know what to expect from the new generation of G4 sustainability reports and reporting consultants, as they advise clients on reporting process, content and disclosure.



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