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The 94 Topics of the Materiality Analysis of CSRD

The materiality analysis is the process by which the undertaking determines material matters and material information to be reported on in its sustainability statement. The performance of an objective materiality assessment is pivotal to sustainability reporting which shall include relevant and faithful information about all impacts, risks and opportunities (IROs)… 

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Soil Health Initiatives in the EU

Healthy soils are crucial for several reasons: Agricultural Productivity: Healthy soils are fundamental for growing crops. They provide essential nutrients, water, and support to plants, which is vital for food security. Environmental Health: Soils play a crucial role in the carbon cycle. Healthy soils can sequester carbon, helping to mitigate… 

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Opaque HR Process Hinders Talent

An intransparent HR process not only affects the quality of candidates attracted to a company but can also have longer-term implications on the company’s reputation and the engagement and retention of its workforce. An intransparent Human Resources (HR) process can hinder finding the right people in several ways: How to… 

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What can a company do to reduce energy consumption?

By implementing the measures mentioned below, companies can significantly reduce their energy consumption, save money on energy bills, and reduce their carbon footprint. There are several ways a company can reduce energy consumption, including: What would be the effect on Co2 Emissions if energy consumption is reduced? Reducing energy consumption… 

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Digital Detox in Companies

Digital detox in a company refers to a process or a policy of disconnecting employees from digital devices and technology in order to improve their physical, mental, and emotional well-being. This can include taking breaks from email, social media, and other forms of digital communication and technology, either during work… 

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A Chat with ChatGPT about ESG (Update GPT 4 vs 3.5)

Georg Tichy: What’s the role of ESG for corporate reporting ChatGPT 4: ESG stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance. These three factors are increasingly important for corporations to report on, as they’re considered key metrics of a company’s ethical impact and sustainable practices. The role of ESG in corporate reporting… 

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The „G“ of ESG in the ESRS (Updated)

The “G” for “Governance” stands for controlled and transparent corporate management and includes topics that support sustainable corporate management, such as corporate values or management and control processes. The ESRS (European Sustainability Reporting Standards) Exposure Drafts define on a very detailed level the future reporting requirements of the CSRD. Below…