UMass Dartmouth was the first university campus in the world to achieve highest reporting status for Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) sustainability reports.

The university sustainability reporting is a joint effort between Charlton College of Business graduate and undergraduate students, sustainability studies and the Net Impact student organization led by faculty. And, in collaboration with the campus community.

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2008

UMass Dartmouth began educating and actively practicing student preparation of sustainability reports. 

2011

UMass Dartmouth became the first university in the world to have a sustainability report that met the top level of the world's most comprehensive, credible, and widely-used standard (the GRI's G3.1 standard) for our 2010 report.

The GRI report is successfully cross reference with AASHE STARS standards.

2012

UMass Dartmouth cross-referenced using both the GRI standard (used by 4,000 organizations and almost all large companies) and STARS standard (used by schools in the USA) for our 2011 report.

For the second year, the index includes a cross reference of STARS and GRI indicators.

2013

UMass Dartmouth became the first university in the world whose annual sustainability report achieved an A+ application level according to the GRI G3.1 standard (by having the sources of data used in its annual sustainability report verified by an independent third party) for our 2012 report.

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UMass Dartmouth Sustainability Report 2008

UMass Dartmouth Sustainability Report 2009

UMass Dartmouth Sustainability Report 2010


UMass Dartmouth Sustainability Report 2013

Not publicly released

UMass Dartmouth Sustainability Report 2014

Under development