Amidst the energy and cost-of-living crisis triggered by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, new sustainability requirements have been introduced for companies to accelerate Europe’s transition to climate neutrality by 2050. Under the European Green Deal, measures like the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), the EU Taxonomy, the Country-by-country Reporting Directive, and the Directive on Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence, are changing the landscape in which European companies operate. Furthermore, the entry into force of European Sustainability Reporting Standards in the coming years, both for large and small and medium companies, will contribute to heightening investors’ attention towards companies’ Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) disclosure.
To navigate the complexities of the current scenario, CSR Europe presents companies with a wide array of tailored services to overcome existing gaps and advance the integration of sustainability in business strategy and processes:
CSR Europe members can benefit from a 30% discount on the whole service offer.