Read about the first ever ESG report and strategy we prepared for Urbanity.
It will help companies navigate the rules of European sustainability reporting
What myths about ESG reporting are circulating now? We pick out the most common ones and explain how it really is.
We bring you an update on the development of ESG reporting standards directly from Brussels.
Read what it takes to prepare an ESG report for a Czech property development company and what benefits the reporting can bring to the company.
We have reviewed hundreds of pages of technical documents and prepared a comprehensive overview of the sustainability reporting requirements under the upcoming EU legislation. We summarise what ESG data will be required under the new legislation for companies, banks and investors.
To help companies better understand its scope and to clarify its requirements, we are hosting a webinar 26 January at 10 am CET.
Sustainability data disclosures enhance competitiveness and save companies' costs, including SMEs. These are the results of recent research on non-financial reporting.
In response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the European Commission has published its REPower EU plan to address the price and security crisis.
What exactly does due diligence mean for business and what benefits does it bring to companies? The experts in our article will answer.
The war in Ukraine shows clearly that Europe's current dependence on fossil fuels from Russia is a security threat and poses major economic risks.
What does it mean for businesses? And how to do it? We answer the due diligence FAQs in our practical e-book.
What steps do you need in order to tap into the potential of green bonds? We summarise the essentials for you in 4 steps.
Are you about to implement ESG reporting in your company, but have more questions than answers? You are not alone. We've summarised the most common questions from ESG novices in our article.
One of the important current trends in the business world is the transformation of the economy towards sustainable activities, which are increasingly becoming the focus of interest for investors and banks. They see them as major investment opportunities. One of the mechanisms behind this trend is so-called green bonds and green loans.
European companies can now take a look at the draft sustainability reporting standards they will report against in the coming years.
The European Parliament has adopted the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), which clarifies transparency obligations for large companies operating in the EU on their sustainability impacts, risks, and opportunities.
After the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, many companies struggled with the questions of whether, when, and how to exit the Russian market.
EU's biggest companies will have to manage the risks of serious human rights and environmental impacts under a recently proposed European directive on due diligence.
The fragmented patchwork of different ways for companies to report and be held to account on their social and environmental performance is soon to be replaced by widely accepted and endorsed international standards for corporate sustainability.
The trialogue negotiations concluded with an agreement for the EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD). We summarize the main points in our briefing.
Research conducted by Frank Bold examined information on key climate and human rights matters disclosed by 250 companies from high risk sectors in Germany, Spain, Poland, and the Czech Republic.
Business activities won’t meet sustainability requirements if their value chains remain linked to impacts such as deforestation, forced or child labour.
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