ESG & CSRD
The transition to a low-carbon economy will require significant investment and policy changes, but the benefits are clear. In addition to addressing the negative impacts of climate change, the green transition has the potential to create new job opportunities and stimulate economic growth. It is important that governments, businesses, and individuals all play a role in the transition to a more sustainable future.
One important aspect of the green transition is knowledge sharing. Sharing knowledge about sustainable practices, technologies, research findings, and best practices can help to ensure that the latest and most reliable information is available to those who are working to advance the green transition.
The Platform, Simple Science, is developed for this particular purpose. A platform where leading experts in various fields within the green transition disseminate the latest scientific knowledge published nationally and internationally. Effective disseminatation is essential for ensuring that research has an impact on society and can inform decision-making. By making research widely avaliable, we can help to advance knowledge and understanding in this field.
By fostering a culture of learning and sharing, this platform can help individuals and organizations grow and accelerate the green transition.
ESG & CSRD:
Our ESG screening service is your path to clarity on your company’s current ESG performance and lays the necessary foundation for future sustainability work.
We offer a carefully crafted screening process built on a specially designed survey. This survey is not only developed to assess your company’s current ESG position but also tests the clarity around the requirements of the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD). This is crucial to ensure that your company is prepared for upcoming standards and expectations.
Double Materiality Assessment (CSD)
Materiality, in the context of sustainability, has come to stay. Conducting a ‘double materiality analysis’ is mandatory under the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), but smaller businesses can also benefit significantly from this analysis.
The materiality analysis provides companies with an in-depth understanding of which sustainability aspects are most critical, from an inside-out (impact) and outside-in (financial) perspective. A double materiality analysis serves as the starting point for many companies’ ESG strategy, as it not only meets the forthcoming CSRD expectations but also provides a clear understanding of how your company can navigate in a world where sustainability is a decisive determining factor.
Stakeholders increasingly seek ESG-related information in companies’ annual reports. ESG reports, or sustainability reports, showcase a company’s sustainable practices, aid in risk management, and meet legislative requirements. They can also enhance a firm’s reputation and drive innovation in sustainability measures. Overall, ESG reports serves as tools to integrate sustainability into the company’s strategy, strengthen stakeholder relations, and promote a more sustainable and responsible business practice.