The G3 guidelines are a set of UN-backed international guidelines for corporate sustainability reports.
Developed by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and released in 2003 the G3 guidelines have been adopted by over 1,000 firms worldwide.
They provide guidance on the processes firms should follow when developing a sustainability or CSR report, including recommendations on which environmental, community and human rights metrics should be incorporated.
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