The GRI Standards enable any organization – large or small, private or public – to understand and report on their impacts on the economy, environment and people in a comparable and credible way, thereby increasing transparency on their contribution to sustainable development. In addition to reporting companies, the Standards are highly relevant to many stakeholders - including investors, policymakers, capital markets, and civil society.

The GRI Universal Standards 2021 will be effective for information published on or after 1 January 2023. This means that their use will be required from that date onwards, although earlier adoption is encouraged.

The GRI Sector Program will develop standards for 40 sectors, starting with those that have the highest impact.

Dufferin Research has developed and is rolling out our online tool for collecting data from across your organization in the most user friendly possible way, and stored securely in separate databases for each client.

The tool is 100% mobile friendly and we've spent a lot of time on the UX design to make the data collection process as clear & painless as possible.

Currently we have the Universal standards completed and will add on individual sector standards as we get clients in those sectors and the standards are completed.

For now this is only available in English but as translations of the 2021 standards become available we will roll out a French version as well.