The European Green Deal is a roadmap to making the EU’s economy sustainable by turning climate and environmental challenges into opportunities across all policy areas and making the transition fair and inclusive for all.
In implementing the Green Deal, the EU has introduced several new policy instruments, including the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), which will require companies in scope to disclose information on:
This will help investors, civil society organisations, consumers and other stakeholders to evaluate the sustainability performance of companies, alongside their financial performance.
The CSRD extends the scope and reporting requirements of existing EU corporate reporting initiatives, such as the Non-Financial Reporting Directive (NFRD) and the Taxonomy Directive. The transition to a sustainable economy means that collecting and sharing reliable sustainability information is good business practice for companies of all sizes.
Transitioning to a sustainable business model will prepare you to tell a compelling and verifiable story in your Annual Sustainability Report, and deliver value for all stakeholders, making a difference for business, communities and the planet.
At EisnerAmper Ireland, we have the technical knowledge to simplify the complexity of your regulatory, compliance and reporting obligations, and the business experience to support your sustainability transformation. We apply our proven governance, risk, accounting and assurance methodologies to deliver practical and sustainable solutions, tailored for your business.
If we can help you or your business in any way, please do get in touch – we’d be delighted to help.
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