GRI Reporters’ Summit North America 2020 – East

June 16, 2020

June 16, 2020

12:30 PM To 5:00 PM

1608 Rhode Island Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20036

https://bit.ly/36mO430

$275 - $525

    Event Description

    Because of the COVID-19 pandemic we will tranform the summit into a virtual event.  We will add the link to the virtual summit website as soon as possible.


    Launched in 2017, the GRI Reporters’ Summit was created as a learning symposium for practitioners to increase knowledge sharing and collaboration among North American-based reporting organizations. The Summit is not a conference – we aim to provide specific, tangible guidance and tools to allow reporting organizations to improve their reporting and better understand trends in sustainability topic disclosure.

    We want to keep things fresh and therefore in 2020 we will have two half-day sessions for individuals to choose from: 6 February 2020 in Phoenix (to coincide with GreenBiz20) and 16 June 2020 in Washington, DC. We hope that these shorter, more local events will allow greater flexibility for attendees’ busy schedules.

    Join us in Washington, DC, for the East Summit on 16 June to boost your knowledge and connections in the fast-moving sustainability reporting field. Learn more about the new GRI Standards on Tax and Waste. We will also cover supply chain disclosures and changes in policy and regulation.

    The Summit is specifically for professionals who are responsible for sustainability reporting within their organization. Due to limited room size, consultants and acadmics may join if they are members of our GRI Community membership program.

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    Registration fees

    Early fee 
    29 Feb -12 May 2020 



    Late fee 
        from 13 May 2020    



    GRI Community member*  
     
    $ 225$ 275

    Non-GRI Community

    $ 450$ 525

    * check the GRI website to see if your organization is a GRI Community member. 
      max. 2 registrations per Community member at these discounted rates 

    For more information on the 
    GRI Community, please visit the GRI website or email Alyson Genovese at genovese@globalreporting.org.

    By registering for the summit you agree to the Terms & Conditions (privacy policy, cancellation policy, registration transfer, photographs & videos, insurance & liability disclaimer).

    Speakers
    You can find the current overview of the speakers here.

    More program details and speakers to be added soon.

    Venue
    The UC Washington Center is located on Rhode Island Avenue between 16th and 17th Streets near Washington, DC’s historic Dupont Circle neighborhood.

    Public Transportation is highly recommended. The UC Washington Center can be reached via Metro on the Red or Orange/Blue lines. The center is three blocks north up 17th Street (about a ten-minute walk) from the Farragut North Metro station on the Red line or Farragut West on the Orange/Blue line. It is approximately 3 blocks southeast down Massachusetts Avenue (about a fifteen minute walk) from the Dupont Circle Metro station on the Red line.

    Parking:
    There is street and garage parking nearby. There are covered garages in the surrounding blocks on M Street and 17th Street. Nearby hotels provide valet parking to their guests.



    Hotel accommodation
    When booking rooms at the following hotels, please mention that you are attending an event at the UC Washington Center. A preferred rate may be offered based on availability.

    Beacon Hotel
    DoubleTree Hotel




    Sponsors


    GRI is grafeful for the support of:

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    Organizers

    GRI

    https://www.globalreporting.org/

    About the Organizers

    GRI is an independent international organization that has pioneered sustainability reporting since 1997. GRI helps businesses and governments worldwide understand and communicate their impact on critical sustainability issues such as climate change, human rights, governance and social well-being. This enables real action to create social, environmental and economic benefits for everyone. The GRI Sustainability Reporting Standards are developed with true multi-stakeholder contributions and rooted in the public interest.

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