Companies are universally expressing the desire for a common ESG reporting framework. Investment indexes and ratings are a strong lever of influence for disclosures and then there are the market-neutral reporting frameworks. Targets always seem to be moving. Increased scrutiny in how companies are measuring their actions creates greater pressure for more rigorous proof of actions taken to meet commitments. And new evaluation methods and ratings systems come to market every month. Many companies try to respond by having multiple reports, webpages, microsites, and data repositories etc. The data can be very opaque, challenging, nebulous, non-uniform, and for most of the data, there is no auditing oversight. Join us for a conversation about these challenges and how companies grappling with meeting stakeholder expectations.