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Sustainability reporting has gained increased importance amongst corporations globally as it provides information about the organization’s economic, environmental, and social performance — the triple bottom line!
At UT Arlington, the Office of Sustainability uses two frameworks to support the evaluation of UT Arlington’s key impacts and to determine report topics: the GRI Reporting Framework, the most widely used standard for sustainability reporting worldwide; and AASHE’s Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS), a transparent, self-reporting framework for colleges and universities to measure our sustainability performance. UT Arlington’s Sustainability report has been drafted and designed using the GRI Framework. The GRI Standards are the global standards for sustainability reporting featuring a modular, interrelated structure, and reporting on a range of economic, environmental and social impacts
These sustainability Reporting Framework enables us to measure and report our sustainability performance. By reporting transparently and with accountability, we can increase the trust that stakeholders and community have in us and achieve a competitive edge.
Read the 2019 GRI Sustainability report here
Read the full 2012 Sustainability Report (PDF)
Read the executive summary of the 2012 Sustainability Report (PDF)