GRI FAQs – General
GRI and Climate-KIC do not bear any responsibility if there are country restrictions that block video or other content in your location. Our online courses usually require a minimum of 1mbs stable internet connection; external resources (such as videos) might need a higher connection speed to be accessed at a good quality. All content has been created by Climate-KIC and GRI unless otherwise stated. GRI and Climate-KIC have aimed to attribute properly to all external resources and have requested permission to use external content when necessary. Each course contains a list of references for all external content.
The external views provided through videos and other links should be considered as independent views of the content owners. In a few instances, external resources may link to initiatives or NGOs that fundraise for their independent cause. Through this course, GRI and Climate-KIC do not promote a specific cause or initiative, or any request for donations.
GRI FAQs – Courses for reporting on GRI Aspects and other ‘hot topics’
What courses are available?
The GRI course catalogue includes courses on hot reporting topics such as Introduction to GRI and Sustainability Reporting, Anti-corruption and transparency, Climate change, Gender equality and Human Rights.
There is also a GRI Aspects series of courses. (See Why can’t I see or buy all of the GRI Aspects in the GRI Aspects course catalogue? for more information and for the latest list of GRI Aspect courses.)
GRI FAQs – Introduction to GRI and Sustainability Reporting course
Who created the Introduction to GRI and Sustainability Reporting Standards course?
This course is based on GRI’s Introductory Workshop on GRI and GRI sustainability reporting process and has been developed with support from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida)