As the new rules wend their way through the EU drafting process, interested parties from all sides clamour to be heard.
Assurance is growing in importance, sparking the need for robust global standards on sustainability data, and a focus on transferable skills.
Campaigners fear that ‘limited’ EU draft directives on corporate reporting will hinder the creation of a ‘sustainable and just economy’.
Setting standards for sustainability reporting is complex. Can we learn from the past 150 years of setting financial reporting standards?
The FRC has set out its plans to help integrate sustainability into corporate governance, reporting and audit reforms.
The UK will proceed with legislative plans for SDRs, including transition reports, after the proposals were missing from the Queen’s Speech.
A company can improve its ESG performance by appointing a CSO to the C-suite and embedding sustainability principles into its core business.
Supply chains contribute significantly to a firm’s carbon footprint and can amount to four times the organisation’s own operational emissions.
Study reveals a lack of reliable data from UK companies and their suppliers, with large unexplained spikes in carbon emissions.
Researchers found 72% of FTSE 100 sustainability reports limited the activities reported on or used illustrative examples to suggest wider compliance.