EU, Policy and Regulation

Green groups slam EU’s freshly released ESG reporting rules

European Commission building
Under the ESRS proposals, companies will now be required to conduct a materiality assessment to decide whether or not to disclose climate-related information (Photo: Olivier Rateau/Getty Images)

The EU commission’s ‘watering down’ of its sustainability reporting standards include not making all disclosure requirements compulsory and delaying the reporting of Scope 3 emissions for smaller companies.

The European Commission’s keenly anticipated proposals on sustainability reporting standards have been roundly criticised by environmental groups and sustainable finance ...

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