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EU Taxonomy Meets CSR Reporting Obligation: How the New Requirements of the Taxonomy Regulation will Change Sustainability Reporting

September 30, 2021

3:00 PM GMT +2

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The interaction between the real economy and the financial market is one of the essential elements in proactively shaping a sustainable and decarbonized transformation. European decision-makers have likewise acknowledged that and developed a path for Responsible Investing in the form of the EU Sustainable Finance Action Plan. The action plan aims to use financial approaches and instruments such as the Transparency and EU Taxonomy Regulation to promote a sustainable and resource-efficient economy. The EU Taxonomy is intended to introduce a uniform classification system for sustainable economic activities - initially in the area of climate and environmental protection - in the EU. This will expand and change the requirements for non-financial or sustainability reporting in companies in practice.

Join sustainability experts from Sustainalize and Cority to gain insight into this special instrument of the European Union - the EU taxonomy - its ambition, its goals and, above all, its effects and requirements for future sustainability reporting in practice. You will also gain insight into how you can reliably and transparently meet these new requirements through digital transformation.

Feel free to bring your individual questions and experiences around the EU taxonomy and sustainability reporting. At the end of the webinar Sustainalize and Cority will be ready to answer your questions.

In this webinar you will learn:        

  • What the EU Taxonomy is and what it is intended to achieve

  • What impact the EU taxonomy will have on companies and their sustainability management

  • What new requirements the EU taxonomy will place on sustainability reporting in the future

  • What the advantages are of leveraging sustainability software for sustainability reporting

EU Taxonomy Regulation Explained.

The interaction between the real economy and the financial market is one of the essential elements in proactively shaping a sustainable and decarbonized transformation. European decision-makers have likewise acknowledged that and developed a path for Responsible Investing in the form of the EU Sustainable Finance Action Plan. The action plan aims to use financial approaches and instruments such as the Transparency and EU Taxonomy Regulation to promote a sustainable and resource-efficient economy. The EU Taxonomy is intended to introduce a uniform classification system for sustainable economic activities - initially in the area of climate and environmental protection - in the EU. This will expand and change the requirements for non-financial or sustainability reporting in companies in practice.

Join sustainability experts from Sustainalize and Cority to gain insight into the EU taxonomy - its ambition, its goals and, above all, its effects and requirements for future sustainability reporting in practice. You will also gain insight into how you can reliably and transparently meet these new requirements through digital transformation.

Feel free to bring your individual questions and experiences around the EU taxonomy and sustainability reporting. At the end of the webinar Sustainalize and Cority will be ready to answer your questions.

In this webinar you will learn:        

  • What the EU Taxonomy is and what it is intended to achieve

  • What impact the EU taxonomy will have on companies and their sustainability management

  • What new requirements the EU taxonomy will place on sustainability reporting in the future

  • What the advantages are of leveraging sustainability software for sustainability reporting 


EU Taxonomy Regulation Explained. 

Marie-Lucie Linde, Sustainability Advisor, Cority

Markus Bowe, Product Manager, Cority


Speakers

Olivier Benz, Sustainalize