Jul. 22 2022

The EU’s new Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) is a game changer for sustainability reporting. It sets new environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting standards and obligations for companies operating in Europe, using the same methodologies, units and digital database. It focuses not only on the disclosure of performance, but future strategy and scenario modelling for effective ESG risk management. For the first time it will effectively facilitate the disclosure of sustainability information that is consistent, comparable and reliable, embedding it into investor decision-making.

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For eligible organizations, it will have a significant impact on the way in which they monitor, measure and report sustainability performance. However, this requirement for accountability and transparency will drive benefits too, unlocking business efficiencies.

CSRD is the first regulatory instrument that will improve sustainability and ensure future generations can prosper by taking a holistic approach across ESG in such a broad a deep level of detail.

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