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CSRD: Guideline for sustainability reporting in the EU

FAQS ON THE CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING DIRECTIVE (CSRD)- PART 1 THE CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING DIRECTIVE (CSRD) IS AN EU DIRECTIVE THAT AIMS TO STANDARDISE AND IMPROVE SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING IN THE CORPORATE WORLD. THE EU AIMS TO PUT SUSTAINABILITY...

Concepts to identify stakeholders

Following current innovations in the legal frameworks or reporting standards on the subject of sustainability reporting, such as the GRI 2021 Standard of the Global Reporting Initiative or the European Sustainability Reporting Standard (ESRS) in the course of the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) of the EU, one will notice the ever-increasing role of stakeholders in the course of a company’s sustainability strategy. A company, or more generally, an organization that aims to make its existence and activities more sustainable can no longer avoid an in-depth examination of its own stakeholders.

On the way to the energy system of the future

The existence and prosperity of every individual depend on a functioning energy supply. Where people live and work, energy is consumed and the demand for energy has risen and continues to rise far too much and far too fast. The energy system of the future cannot be...

The stakeholder dialog as an essential tool

An essential tool for a company to understand which issues are relevant to its own sustainability is to prepare, engage and dialog with its own stakeholders. Stakeholder engagement is described not only in the latest standard of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI 2021), but also in the drafts of the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) published on November 15 as a fundamental step in identifying the key sustainability issues.

Where are companies heading?

by Tomás Sánchez Valenzuela.

Why sustainable issues are wicked problems?

And how to solve them using a systemic approach.
by Lucia Radeljak

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