--The Search area provides users access to all types of sustainability reports, whether GRI-based or otherwise, and relevant information related to the reporting organizations. You can search for a specific organization, or apply a number of filter and sort options to help refine your search results.
--The Benchmark tool allows users to compare the levels of disclosure among reports that use GRI’s Framework, facilitated by filter options for Region and Sector.
Social Responsibility, Ecology, and Sustainability
Businesses conduct themselves in socially responsible ways when it is required of them. Below are sources that are useful for finding information about a company's practices, as well as general information on sustainability and social responsibility. To find more information on this topic, try looking up a company name or industry and the terms "social responsibility", "green marketing", "ethics", "environmental auditing", or use an "environment" term in the A-Z Databases. For more specific recommendations about which Databases to use, click on the SUBJECT drop down list.
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