On April 8, investors from the Ceres Investor Network on Climate Risk recommended requiring companies in global stock exchanges report environmental and social data. The proposed sustainability listing standard would require the disclosure of information related to climate change, diversity, employee relations, environmental impact, government relations, human rights, product safety, and the supply chain. Some exchanges, like the Johannesburg and the Denmark stock exchanges, already require some form of sustainability reporting. The proposal was released as a consultation paper, and the coalition is accepting investor comments through May 1. A final paper for consideration by stock exchanges will be released in October.