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Understanding the Differences Between Reporting Scope 1 & 2, and Scope 3 Emissions

With the CSRD’s sector-specific reporting standards (ESRS) coming in 2026, companies must report all GHG emissions, including often-overlooked Scope 3 emissions. Scope 3 covers indirect emissions in your value chain, which can account for up to 80% of total emissions, making data collection and analysis complex. Accurate Scope 3 reporting is crucial for compliance and climate change mitigation. Contact us for expert assistance in navigating this intricate process.

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The Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism: A Fair Step towards Climate Neutrality

Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism is a European regulation under which importers of goods have to pay for CO2 emitted in the production of goods outside of the EU. With this regulation, the European Union aims to put products from the EU (which are under stricter CO2 rules) on equal stance with their competing products from outside Europe. Read more about the new reporting regulation that is going to change the way importers work.

Round Table – CSRD, Data, & Software (July 2024)

Our recent roundtable on 11th July 2024 brought together sustainability, finance, and IT professionals to discuss the complexities of CSRD compliance, focusing on effective data collection and software use. Key insights included the need for tailored solutions and the importance of sharing knowledge to ease the transition to sustainable reporting.

Navigating the Nexus: CSDDD and CSRD Alignment Unveiled

The die is cast: The Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD), also known as CS3D, has been adopted by the European Union on 15 March. But what does this mean for your corporation, and how does it relate to the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD)?

Navigating ESRS Sector Standards

With the first set of ESRS standards out, we are looking at the next steps in the regulatory development of the CSRD. The ESRS sector standards are being developed as we speak. With another set of reporting standards coming your way, you might want to know more about what it entails for your organization. Intire looked into the details and what these new requirements mean for organizations in different sectors.

Financial Materiality in Sustainability Reporting

You might have heard about financial materiality before. Perhaps you have even chatted to colleagues from the finance or sustainability department about it. But did you know they might not be talking about the same concept? Read this blog to find out more about the differences and similarities of financial materiality in sustainability and finance.

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What are Science Based Targets and how can they strengthen your sustainability strategy?

The CSRD provides guidelines on how to report, but what happens after? How can you use the collected data to set a strategy? How can you set ambitious goals? One framework that can help is to define Science Based Targets (SBTs). This blog explores the critical role of SBTs and their integration with the CSRD, highlighting the benefits they offer in driving corporate responsibility and ensuring a sustainable future.

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How to start with sustainability reporting: Value Creation Model

The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) is impacting companies in a significant way. As reporting organizations are working to assess the impact of the Directive, we receive an increased number of questions on where to start the journey to become CSRD-compliant. CSRD requires large companies and certain public-interest entities to disclose information on their ESG impacts in their annual reports.