Should corporate sustainability strategies be peer reviewed?

Should corporate sustainability strategies be peer reviewed?
Sainsbury's has conducted a crowdsourcing exercise on its 20 by 20 sustainability plan to find out where its weaknesses and strengths lie. Should other companies follow suit?
Yes, transparency is to be commended
No, it's a risk to brand reputation
There are both pros and cons to this

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