EU commission criticised for adopting weaker ESRS rules

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Investors will need greater information than what is mandated by the final text of the European Sustainability Reporting Standards, according to Eurosif, the PRI and other groups.

Sustainable finance experts have expressed their disappointment with the European Commission’s decision not to make all initially suggested, climate-related information mandatory ...

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