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Use these tips to get ahead of CSRD (Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive) rules
The EU’s new Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) becomes mandatory January 1 2024 for thousands of firms operating in Europe. CSRD requires deep attention to what were once considered corporate “externalities” – risks to external stakeholders and the environment.
If your firm has annual turnover of €40M and 250 employees or more, you’ll eventually be required to comply. And you’ll need to document and report the process in a detailed, structured, standards-compliant format. But that’s not the only or the best reason to use these tips.
The broader definition of corporate sustainability embraced by CSRD can be a source of competitive advantage. Do well by doing good: that’s the essence of Materiality Assessment 2.0.
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