Corporate ESG Reporting: The Landscape in 2022

The concept of ESG is not new, but its importance in corporate reporting programs is growing rapidly. From investors, to NGOs, to employees, to civil society, a company’s performance on environmental, social and governance issues is under the microscope with more stakeholders now than ever before. Credible reporting on ESG data is becoming a must-have for all companies, but the complex world of frameworks, rankings, and regulations can be overwhelming.

In this episode, sustainability consultants at Schneider Electric kick off a new series focused on ESG, starting with the basics: what are the key frameworks, why are they important, and how can organizations decide on the right ones to follow for them?



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