Greenstone is holding a webinar on 'EU Taxonomy for sustainable finance - key impacts for companies and investors' on Wednesday 6th May at 3pm GMT.
In what is one of the most significant developments in sustainable finance, the technical expert group (TEG) advising the European Commission has published its final recommendations on the EU Taxonomy.
The Taxonomy for sustainable finance is a classification tool aimed at investors, companies and issuers to better define environmental performance of economic activities across a wide range of sectors.
The aim of the Taxonomy is to provide a common language and clear specifications surrounding environmental objectives, consistent with the EU’s commitment to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
Join this webinar which will cover:
- An introduction to the EU Taxonomy on sustainable finance
- Key implications for companies, investors and issuers, including those reporting under the Non-Financial Reporting Directive
- Introduction to performance thresholds and technical screening
- Practical tips on how to incorporate the EU Taxonomy
Unable to join us on the day? We will record this webinar. If you are unable to attend live, please register and we will send you a link to the recording after the webinar.
How Greenstone can help with the EU Taxonomy
Greenstone’s team of sustainability experts can help you to interpret the EU Taxonomy regulation to determine whether or not you need to report, and then formulate a plan for how to comply. Through our sustainability reporting software and support services, we enable organisations to collect, manage and report environmental data accurately and efficiently and comply with multiple regulations and frameworks including TCFD, SASB, CDP, GRI and SFDR.
For more information on how Greenstone’s software can enable companies to meet multiple global sustainability reporting requirements, including the EU Taxonomy, contact us or sign up for a software demo.