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.  Schneider Electric’s new guide to corporate ESG reporting was developed to provide a practical resource to help businesses understand the state of ESG reporting and make an action plan to build or mature their ESG reporting practice.

In the guide, you’ll find:

• A review of key trends in voluntary and mandatory ESG reporting, including the movement toward a global, universal standard

• Definitions of the various types of reporting organizations and why they matter

• Best practices defined by industry experts for Basic, Better, and Best-level ESG reporting

• And a handy reference table explaining the most common global frameworks. 


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