Providing Feedback on SASB Standards

A core tenet of SASB’s approach is ensuring that our standard-setting activities are market-informed. The Standards Board and Technical Staff actively solicit feedback from market participants as a crucial input for our process to establish and maintain the standards.


Engagement Channels

The following are ways stakeholders can engage with SASB to provide feedback on the existing standards or emerging sustainability issues that should be considered in future updates to the standards.

Questions? Contact Marvin Smith, Director of Stakeholder Outreach at [email protected]


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General Feedback

We welcome unsolicited input on the standards at any point. Feedback can be provided through a variety of channels, such as email, phone discussions, and written comment letters. Complete the General Feedback Form below to begin the process.

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Consultation

Technical staff regularly conducts consultation with stakeholders on an ongoing basis. Consultations support our efforts around identifying projects and guiding research throughout a project lifecycle. Review the active projects below to identify the current consultation opportunities.

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Comment Periods

Comment periods allow for a more formal, structured point of engagement with stakeholders. Public comments are a key input that the Standards Board considers when voting whether to approve the proposed new or amended standards. Review the active projects below to identify the public comment opportunities.

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Advisory and Working Groups

SASB will form standing and temporary Advisory Groups consisting of external advisors, such as corporates, industry members, investors, financial analysts, and other professionals, to provide advice on specific aspects of sectors, industries, and topics, including metrics and technical protocols.


Active Projects

The following is an overview of our current projects. Projects with an active Public Comment Period are highlighted with a red box. Additional details about a project can be found by clicking the link in the title or by visiting the Active Projects page.

Updated: October 19, 2020


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Current Status: Post-Consultation Analysis

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Current Status: Ongoing Research

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Current Status: Ongoing Research

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Current Status: Ongoing Research

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Current Status: Stakeholder Consultation

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Current Status: Post-Consultation Analysis

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Current Status: Exposure Draft Development

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Current Status: Exposure Draft Development

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Current Status: 90-day public comment period (Deadline extended until December 31st)

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Current Status: 90-day public comment period (Deadline extended until December 31st)

Feedback Form

Please use this form to contact SASB with comments related to the SASB Standards.

We will review the information you have provided and you will receive an email confirming your submission. If we have any questions or require additional information, SASB may contact you via email.

You may also reach out directly to technical staff to provide feedback – please see the directory below.


If your comment does not apply to a specific sector, please select ‘N/A’ from the dropdown menu.
If your comment applies to multiple sectors, please list them in the message field below.

Maximum size: 7MB.
Allowed file types: .pdf, .txt, .doc, .docx.

Technical Staff Contact Information

You may contact the appropriate analyst below with any sector-specific feedback you wish to share.


Sector
Contact
Email
Consumer Goods Taylor Reed [email protected]
Extractives & Minerals Processing Ekaterina Hardin [email protected]
Financials Anton Gorodniuk [email protected]
Food & Beverage Lynn Xia [email protected]
Health Care Kelli Okuji Wilson [email protected]
Infrastructure Will Meister [email protected]
Renewable Resources & Alternative Energy Gail Glazerman [email protected]
Resource Transformation Gail Glazerman [email protected]
Services Bryan Esterly [email protected]
Technology & Communications Greg Waters [email protected]
Transportation Bryan Esterly [email protected]