Tag: Corporate Sustainability
Environmental concerns are increasingly pivotal, leading businesses globally to focus on carbon emissions accounting. The CSRD's recent standards mandate more rigorous, transparent carbon accounting practices. ESG FinTech company Greenomy recently delved into carbon accounting's essence and its connection with ESRS requirements. It also highlighted traditional carbon accounting challenges and how companies can align with these new standards.
In an era where corporate sustainability is no longer a choice but a necessity, it is crucial to secure top-level buy-in from executives and directors. This pivotal step ensures that sustainability is not just a fleeting topic, but a permanent fixture in corporate agendas. Understanding the significance of this, a comprehensive guide has been developed to assist sustainability professionals in navigating this challenge.
Moody’s Analytics has unveiled a groundbreaking framework today—Net Zero Assessments (NZAs) designed to aid investors in evaluating and comparing companies' decarbonisation plans and actions.
The Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive, commonly referred to as CSDDD or CS3D, is Europe's ambitious initiative aimed at instilling sustainable practices within the corporate world. Designed to monitor and ensure that corporations are accountable for their human rights and environmental impacts, the directive is making waves and is projected to be adopted by the end of 2023.