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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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.
The CSRD, a topic many organizations will be facing soon. However, there is quite some misunderstanding, misinformation, and general unclarity about the upcoming CSRD regulation. What do you need to … read more
Following up on a successful session during the Future of Corporate Reporting about EU regulation and sustainability reporting frameworks, Valentijn hosted another webinar specifically about the CSRD and the EU Taxonomy, in collaboration with Reinoud Clemens of DSM.