How to become Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) conformant and thereby decarbonize your supply chain

CSRD (Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive) compliance requires companies falling within its scope to disclose relevant non-financial information and sustainability metrics in their annual reports. The directive expands the scope of reporting to include more entities, including large and listed companies, as well as certain other organizations such as banks, insurance companies, and entities listed on regulated markets. To be CSRD compliant, companies need to follow specific guidelines and requirements set out by the directive. 

Some key elements of CSRD compliance include: