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The Ultimate Guide to the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD)

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The Ultimate Guide to the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD)

Businesses across the world are finding themselves facing a new era of regulatory reporting as well as stakeholder expectation that is now requiring them to go deeper into the impact their commercial activities may be having on people and the planet and report on them – to enable investors, consumers and other stakeholders evaluate a company’s sustainability performance.

In many ways, the European Union has been leading the way with a series of Directives that aim to support social justice and reduce environment impact. The Corporate Reporting Sustainability Directive is one such initiative – making ethical business not only a means of competitive differentiation, but also a regulatory requirement with significant commercial implications when done wrong.

In this latest Achilles Ultimate Guide we take a detailed look at the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), who it applies to, what it means to those organisations that need to comply and provide advice on how to get started based on our own experience of supporting organisations in reporting on their sustainability performance, specifically in relation to risks and opportunities associated with value chain and carbon.

What it covers

This white paper includes:

  • An overview of the CRSD and what it encompasses.
  • Why CRSD is Important.
  • Which organisations need to comply.
  • The obligations for companies and directors.
  • CRSD reporting requirements.
  • What’s involved in conducting a double materiality assessment.
  • Benefits and challenges of compliance.
  • Practical guidance on how to get started.

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