Many companies have created goals to reduce their environmental impact, but in-house counsel are far less optimistic about their organizations’ progress than professionals who specialize in ESG, according to new findings published Wednesday.

A report by international law firm Crowell & Moring found that 78% of the companies it surveyed in July and August have identified and adopted goals for their environmental performance. Forty-nine percent of the in-house counsel surveyed believe their organizations’ goals exceed required compliance. In comparison, nearly 90% of ESG and sustainability professionals reported the same.