Olga Rivas, Iberian Technical Manager and Sustainability Specialist at LRQA, explains the key implications of the EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD)...
Following MEP backing for CSRD, disclosure requirements for the largest companies will go live from 2024.
Double materiality-based standards designed to underpin Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive.
New report provides guidance to asset owners on closing net zero investment gap.
Classification of red, amber and green economic activities to provide clearer pathway to sustainability.
Proposed requirement for Paris-aligned transition plans is welcomed.
Industry experts call for regulatory intervention to improve quality of corporate disclosures on social-related issues.
Investors and NGOs issue warning following delays to other parts of Europe’s sustainability legislation.
Major corporates and financial institutions to report as and when Delegated Acts go live.
To comply with incoming regulations and requests from larger customers, SMEs need more tools and guidance.
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