Environment & Sustainability
Resolute shares latest GRI-verified sustainability numbers
November 1, 2023 By P&PC Staff
Resolute recently shared that its latest sustainability numbers are in and they were prepared and verified in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative’s (GRI) Standards. The company notes that it has continued to raise the bar on its sustainability disclosures since it first started reporting on its performance using GRI in 2010, adopting the GRI Standards in 2018 and transitioning to the Universal Standards in 2022.
Every two years, Resolute reportedly updates its comprehensive environmental, social and economic data in the sustainability section of its corporate website using GRI-compliant reporting requirements. It recently completed the audit process. The Center for Sustainability and Excellence validated the data in its updated GRI Content Index in accordance with the GRI Standards.
GRI is an independent, international organization that helps businesses and other organizations take responsibility for their impacts by providing them with a common language for communicating their performance according to a set of metrics.
Resolute’s online GRI Content Index organizes information according to the standards via links to disclosures on its website and in other public documents. The index provides stakeholders – as well as analysts and policymakers – access to information they can use to not only understand how Resolute is performing but also the material issues it prioritizes – what the company calls shared priorities.
Resolute’s index is made up of general disclosures about the company’s structure and activities, as well as specific disclosures related to three areas: environmental, social and economic.
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