Sustainability Reporting Toolbox
More and more stakeholders worldwide are demanding transparency around corporate ESG risks and opportunities. Reporting on the progress of your sustainability initiatives is key to a successful program and sustainability strategy. We help you accurately collect, manage and report data to all stakeholders inside and outside of your organization.
Overview: U.S. SEC ESG Reporting Rule
For many businesses, the SEC's proposed reporting rule will require more data, deeper analysis, and better rigor to deliver comprehensive climate-related disclosures.
A Practical Guide to Basic, Better, and Best Corporate ESG Reporting
Schneider Electric’s Guide to ESG Reporting
ESG reporting is a must for organizations around the world. But it doesn’t have to be a burden.
What is the Greenhous Gas Protocol (GHG)?
Learn about the GHG Protocol, the primary GHG accounting standard used by organizations worldwide, especially for corporate climate reporting.
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From Requirement to Opportunity: The Evolving World of ESG
What is the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)?
Learn the basics of TCFD, a framework that is becoming the gold star for climate risk reporting.
What is the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB)?
Get the 2-minute version of what SASB is and why it is important for businesses from Schneider Electric Senior Sustainability Consultancy Manager, James Oram.
Biodiversity is the (Near) Future of ESG
Learn why biodiversity is rising to the top of the list of issues that will influence the future of corporate ESG programs and reporting and what your company can do to get ahead.
Trends & Opportunities with Standardizing ESG Disclosures in Real Estate
ESG reporting standards affect companies in all sectors, but real estate has a particularly critical role. Learn about the trends and challenges that come with the standardization of ESG disclosures.
What are the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)?
The Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs, encourage widespread positive impact on issues from poverty to gender equality to affordable clean energy.
What is the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)?
GRI, or the Global Reporting Initiative, is the world’s most widely adopted voluntary standard for corporate sustainability reporting.
What is ESG?
E-S-G stands for environmental, social, and governance. Together, these letters represent an entity’s behavior on environmental issues, its engagement with society, and the strength of its governance.
One Big Step for Circularity - Progress on a Global Treaty Against Plastic Pollution
On 2 March, world leaders kicked off negotiations on the world’s first legally binding international treaty on plastic pollution, accelerating the journey towards a more circular global economy.
What Does the Proposed SEC Climate Disclosure Bill Mean for Business?
Businesses around the world are watching closely as ESG and climate disclosure becomes regulation. Learn more about what the recent SEC proposal in the US means and how businesses should prepare.
Green Taxonomy: an ESG-Fueled Engine for a Sustainable Economy
Market experts answer 6 key questions about the Green Taxonomy, the EU’s classification system for sustainable financing to channel the power of capital into the low-carbon transition.
The Value of Sustainability Reporting
Schneider Electric experts discuss the importance of sustainability reporting and 2 key elements to developing a successful sustainability report.
Future of ESG part 1: Three Letters Transforming Business
Learn about the many tools organizations have to disclose on their behavior on environmental issues, engagement with society, and strength of governance.
Future of ESG part 2: Transparency, Disclosure, and Communications
Learn the reasons behind and how to respond to the surge in pressure for companies to not only take ESG action, but communicate on it too.
DOWNLOAD: 2022 Global Sustainability Reporting & Compliance Calendar
In our 2022 version of this annual Schneider Electric resource, we map out the deadlines of nearly 30 of the most commonly used regional and global sustainability reporting frameworks.
Carbon Neutral vs. Net-Zero: What’s the Difference?
Carbon Neutral vs. Net-Zero. They're seemingly similar terms, but they represent very different approaches to decarbonization and combatting climate change.
DOWNLOAD: Basic-Better-Best Frameworks on the Path to Net-Zero
Explore the Basic, Better, and Best levels of decarbonization and download the detailed guides to each level to learn more about goals to set, actions steps to take, and how to make the case for your
2021 CDP Reporting Outcomes and Predictions for 2022
Our sustainability experts share findings on the 2021 CDP scores, including insights from our clients and what companies should expect for 2022 reporting.