The consideration of ESG factors in the evaluation of a company or investment continues to grow in importance, not only due to stakeholders’ expectations, but also to legal requirements. Non-financial reporting applies to an increasing number of organisations, mandating the disclosure of information on the management of sustainability issues.
ESG reporting a.k.a. CSR, sustainability, non-financial reporting involves the disclosure of information about a company’s management of environmental, social and governance (ESG for short) factors.
Who is obliged to reporting?
1.Companies required to report non-financially under The Non-Financial Reporting Directive (NFRD), meeting a minimum of two of the following three requirements:
- employing more than 500 employees,
- having a financial total of more than PLN 85 million
- having more than 170 million in net revenue.
2.Companies operating in financing areas in accordance with the SFDR (Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation).
What can GO4ENERGY do for you?
- Carrying out ESG reporting process for organisations in accordance with the GRI standard
- Making ESG report for the building
- Development of a sustainability strategy
- Advice on EU climate change regulations
- Analysis of environmental indicators with indication of ways to improve them (e.g. improvement of energy efficiency of buildings)
- Preparation of a strategy to achieve climate neutrality for the company.
Contact – Łukasz Mikowski-Feret +48 798 535 815 email@example.com