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Join NSF’s experts for a webinar on November 9 that will cover current and impending global regulations and market-driven requirements for comprehensive Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) reporting.
Around the world, companies of all sizes are faced with transparency and visibility demands from customers, investors, consumers, employees and governments about their sustainability efforts. This often comes in the form of a request for annual reports.
Join NSF’s panel of experts for a webinar to learn about current and impending global regulations and market-driven reporting requirements for Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors. Requirements from the European Union’s Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) and the “voluntary” CPD reporting platform will be reviewed, as well as strategic actions that companies must take to prepare for and respond to these demands.
Attendees will learn about how topics like climate, water, food safety and supply chain welfare will need to be addressed, and the power of climate transition plans and supply chain engagement.
Webinar attendees will receive access to NSF’s Climate Reporting Preparation Guide designed to help companies assess which key steps they have taken in their climate journey. The assessment will reveal gaps that, if addressed, can increase CDP scoring, identify climate-related supply chain risks and opportunities, address TCFD reporting needs, and build the foundation for a climate transition strategy.
If you have any questions about ESG factors affecting your business or would like to learn about our sustainability services, contact us.
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