ESG: A Practical Guide to Corporate Reporting

ESG reporting is becoming a must for organizations around the world. But it doesn’t have to be a burden. 

Download the guide to learn about:

  • Trends in materiality and investor-focused disclosure
  • The importance of key voluntary frameworks, like GRI, TCFD, and SASB, data aggregators like CDP and GRESB, and mandatory regulations like the SEC's proposed climate disclosure rule.
  • Key actions companies should take at the Basic, Better, and Best levels of ESG reporting
  • How technology and data enable a Best-level ESG reporting strategy


 

 

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