Environment Social Governance
ESG is the key term when it comes to future-proof corporate governance, modern sustainability management and compliance with legislation such as the EU Taxonomy or the upcoming reorganization of sustainability reporting.
With sustainability management in line with ESG criteria, your company contributes strategically and in the long term to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). At the same time, you put it on a stable footing in economic terms.
But what exactly does ESG sustainability mean? What ESG requirements should you be aware of and comply with? What is the significance of the DNSH (Do-No-Significant-Harm) and Double Materiality concepts? What are ESG performance indicators? This whitepaper provides answers.