CSRD 101: A Definitive Guide to New EU Sustainability Regulations | GreenBiz

CSRD 101: A Definitive Guide to New EU Sustainability Regulations | GreenBiz

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Are you ready to transform your business into a sustainable powerhouse? The CSRD is more than just a reporting obligation — it intends to transform the business sector into a more sustainable, resilient economy. The framework is designed to help companies manage physical and transition risks that may endanger assets; attract capital; align their climate strategies to global net-zero objectives; and develop products and services resilient enough to succeed in even the most dynamic of markets. The new European reporting standards are seen as the gold standard of sustainability practice, so ESRS can guide companies on what to do, how to do it, which information should be collected, which goals should be tracked and which KPIs should be built.

Sustainability reporting is here: The new Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) and the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) officially establish ESG reporting as table stakes for businesses in the European Union and beyond. While this new directive may be daunting, aligning sustainability efforts with financial and operational strategy empowers organizations to lay the groundwork for transformation and growth in a resilient, climate-neutral and circular economy.

This eBook equips business leaders with the essential tools to begin their CSRD journey. Read on for more information regarding key implementation dates, principal components of the directive and recommended preparatory measures.

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