Corporate sustainable reporting and EU Taxonomy: a compass for the recovery of Europe? Practical implications for the EU, investors and companies
The recovery plan issued in response to the COVID-19 pandemic creates a major opportunity to redirect capital flows towards sustainable projects. The capacity of the EU to meet its climate and energy targets for 2030 and to reach the objectives of the European Green Deal relies on its ability to trigger profound structural changes in the economy. The EU has already taken the lead by creating a new tool for the classification of sustainable asset classes and aims as well at reinforcing the framework of non-financial for large undertakings.
In this context, the next Intergroup high-level conference will be dedicated to exploring the practical implications of the Taxonomy Regulation and the new Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) with respect to EU investors and companies, while considering the COVID-19 recovery. The debate will gather National Promotional Banks and Institutions (NPBIs), private companies, as well as non-governmental organizations to bring together both producers and users of ESG-related information.
The recording of the event is available here !