GRI Readers' Choice Awards

Nearly 800 sustainability reports are currently in the running for the inaugural GRI Readers Choice Awards. On December 31st the field of eligible reports will be reduced to a short-list based on reports with:
  • the highest volume of scores received (not highest scores!)
  • the widest diversity of scorers (employees, media, civil society, investors, management and governance, etc)
Winners will be announced at the Global Conference on Sustainability and Transparency in Amsterdam 7-9 May 2008.

Eight all expenses paid trips to the Amsterdam Global Conference on Sustainability and Transparency held 7 to 9 May 2008 are up for readers. To have the opportunity to win one of these trips, score at least two sustainability reports for the GRI Readers' Choice Awards.

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