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CSRD and ESRS: Assessing the impact of your supply chain

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CSRD and ESRS: Assessing the impact of your supply chain

Get ahead of ESRS requirements

A key aspect of the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) is the requirement for companies to not only report on their own operations but on ESG-related impacts, risk and opportunities originating from their direct and indirect business relationships throughout the value chain.

In turn, this expansion in requirements will significantly increase requests for suppliers to provide accurate ESG data for the ESRS reporting of their in-scope clients. In likelihood, this will extend to suppliers without business operations in the EU at all.

Download the guide and read about:

  • What is required by the CSRD and ESRS?
  • How to conduct effective supply chain due diligence
  • Guidance on active supplier engagement
  • Why should suppliers be proactive with the CSRD?

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