The Corporate Social Reporting Directive, also known as the CSRD, is a European reporting legislation that demands organizations to report about their sustainability policy and practices. By introducing mandatory guidelines for sustainability reporting, the European Commission aims to increase transparency in sustainability performance and expand corporate responsibility standardized reporting methods.

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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.

Three Key Dilemmas for Companies dealing with the CSRD

Reporting according to the CSRD can be quite a complicated task. In this blog we have a look at the three dilemma’s that companies are facing and how we suggest approaching these important decisions.

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.

Relieving the pressure of the CSRD with Phase-In measures

With the CSRD coming up, a lot of companies are dealing with the task of making their non-financial reporting compliant with the new regulations. In this challenging process, there is some relief: the phase-in of CSRD requirements.

Hoe pak je verduurzaming aan in je organisatie? Intergamma vertelt!

In deze podcast helpen we je op weg met verduurzaming van je organisatie en de voorbereiding op de komende CSRD met de hulp van Sustainability Director Margreeth Pape van Intergamma, … read more

How to start with sustainability reporting: Webinar

In this webinar, we help you get started with sustainability reporting and preparing for the upcoming CSRD with the help of sustainability manager Margreeth Pape at Intergamma. She will share … read more
Value Creation model

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. 
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How to start with sustainability reporting: double materiality

The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), is a widely known buzzword and new EU law that requires large companies and certain public-interest entities to disclose information on their ESG impacts in their annual financial reports. This new and demanding regulation drives companies in their sustainability reporting journey. A well-known starting point for (sustainability) reporting is the materiality assessment. The CSRD introduces a new dimension to this assessment: double materiality.

In the news: CSRD in effect

Over the last few weeks, it’s been hard to miss the buzz around the anticipated acceptance of the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD). On November 10th, the European Parliament has approved the proposed directive (with 85% of the Parliament in favor!), which will become effective as of for the first group of corporations in the beginning of next year at the latest. With the acceptance of the Directive, the sustainability reporting standards have seen updates as well.