LCA as A Tool to Define Materiality in The New GRI Sustainability Reporting Standards

In creating sustainability report, one thing that is important to be considered by organization to start creating the report is defining materiality. Among wide range of topics, the organization have to assess which topics are important, relevant and can be considered as material, means they can reflect the organization’s impacts to the three pillars of sustainability – economic, environmental, and social. In this context, ‘impact’ refers to the (positive/negative) effect an organization has on the economy, the environment and/or society (Global Reporting Initiative, GRI 101: Foundation 2016). Combining internal and external factors, also using established tools will help an organization det

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