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GRI is starting a new project to update topic-related content of the Guidelines and is now inviting nominations for four new G4 Working Groups on 1) Anti-corruption, 2) Biodiversity, 3) Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions and 4) Occupational Health and Safety.
Please find below more information on how to apply for these Working Groups and the links to the Terms of Reference and Application Forms.

 

1) Anti-corruption Working Group:
All interested parties are invited to read the Terms of Reference and nominate themselves to be part of the Anti-corruption Working Group. Interested candidates are requested to submit their CVs in English, along with this Application Form, to  G4WG@globalreporting.org.

 

2) Biodiversity Working Group:
All interested parties are invited to read the Terms of Reference and nominate themselves to be part of the Biodiversity Working Group. Interested candidates are requested to submit their CVs in English, along with this Application Form, to G4WG@globalreporting.org .
 
3) Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Working Group:
All interested parties are invited to read the Terms of Reference and nominate themselves to be part of the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Working Group. Interested candidates are requested to submit their CVs in English, along with this Application Form, to G4WG@globalreporting.org.

 

4) Occupational Health and Safety Working Group:
All interested parties are invited to read the Terms of Reference and nominate themselves to be part of the Occupational Health and Safety Working Group. Interested candidates are requested to submit their CVs in English, along with this Application Form, to G4WG@globalreporting.org.
 
Deadline to submit applications for all four Working Groups is Thursday 7 June 2012.

 

A total of nine Working Groups will contribute to the G4 Guidelines, these are:

 

For more information on the project to update topic-related content of the Guidelines, please read this newsletter story.