The EU has formally created the European Green Deal, a system of rules and guidelines to accelerate the move to a green and sustainable economy. As part of this, and to support its commitment to become carbon neutral by 2050, the EU has expanded its sustainability reporting requirements.
Multi-stakeholder. Complex. Fluid. These are some of the common challenges experienced by businesses in the recent reporting season. With 20 years of experience in carbon reduction, we have identified the EU Taxonomy and the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) as key policies that will affect businesses the most in 2023.
Join our introductory webinar to understand how your business will be affected and best practices to streamline and operationalise EU Taxonomy and CSRD reporting.
During the webinar, our dedicated European policy team will deep-dive into:
- Current trends and future outlook for environmental policy under the European Green Deal
- Practical outline of CSRD and EU Taxonomy including timescales and which organisations are impacted
- What it means for your business and the benefits of compliance and beyond
- Steps you can take to immediately prepare and how the Carbon Trust can support you
Why the Carbon Trust?
Our mission is to accelerate the move to a decarbonised future. We are your expert guide to turn your climate ambition into impact. We have been climate pioneers for more than 20 years, partnering with leading businesses, governments, and financial institutions to accelerate their Route to Net Zero. We are one global network of over 400 experts, catalysing change by helping you succeed. Our established European team deliver to local needs, and our regional and sectoral experts have a concrete understanding of understanding of EU policies such as the Green Deal and other local regulations.