At Nielsen we broadly define corporate citizenship and sustainability across the economic, social, environmental and governance aspects of the company, including but not limited to our Corporate Social Responsibility, Diversity and Inclusion, Environmental Sustainability, Labor Practices, Procurement and Economic Impacts. In 2015, Nielsen published our first non-financial materiality assessment to determine the citizenship and sustainability issues that are most critical to our business and to our stakeholders. Our primary motivations behind the assessment were to benchmark our efforts, advance our reporting, identify risks and opportunities, and elevate our programs to mirror stakeholder needs and business priorities. Most recently, we've taken that commitment a step further by publishing our first Global Responsibility Report, aligned with the GRI G4. We welcome stakeholder feedback throughout our global Corporate Responsibility journey, and look forward to continuing to make progress together.