As businesses continue to navigate the evolving landscape of sustainability, the forthcoming Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) poses both challenges and opportunities. While compliance with CSRD is crucial, it is essential to recognize that this directive can offer much more to your organization than mere regulatory adherence.
This edition of our Corporate Sustainability roundtable series aims to delve into the complexities of CSRD, explore how your organization can effectively comply with its requirements, and uncover how CSRD can become a catalyst for transformative change within your business.
The primary objective of CSRD is to enhance the comparability, relevance, and reliability of disclosed sustainability data. By achieving these goals, CSRD aims to empower investors, stakeholders, and policy makers with comprehensive and accurate information, enabling them to make more informed and insightful decisions regarding their investments and engagements with organizations. But what does it mean for your business? Do you have to report on completely new KPIs that have not been measured before? Do you have to design new and transform existing internal processes aimed at collecting, reporting, monitoring and steering on sustainability data? And if so, how do you make sure your organization has the right governance structure in place?
During this interactive session, we will discuss it from the point of view of multiple industries and discuss topics like:
This roundtable is the fourth edition in our series of Corporate Sustainability roundtables, which explores the full spectrum of corporate sustainability over the course of four events. Each event can be visited without having participated in the previous editions.
We hope you can join us for this insightful and impactful event.
After the program, there will be drinks served at 17:00 hours, followed by an (optional) dinner at 18:00 hours.
We have a limited number of 15 seats available, so please register now for this exclusive and free event.
Please note: This event is not intended for consultants from other organizations and we accept only one person per organisation.