With new regulations passed in Europe, California, and other parts of the world, Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) reporting is becoming more important than ever.

Here are five articles about ESG topics from the past six months:

  1. “Seven Key Trends in ESG for 2023—and What to Expect in 2024”. The regulatory advances in the field of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) are covered in this article. The SEC’s emphasis on ESG, its rulemaking in cyber incident disclosure and greenwashing issues, and the impending completion of climate-related disclosure standards are all discussed. It also discusses the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) of the European Union and how multinational corporations should comply with it.
  2. “Helping companies navigate today’s evolving global ESG regulatory landscape” – An overview of the CSRD in the EU and its effects on businesses in the EU and beyond is given in this article. It also discusses the global push for greater ESG transparency as well as US ESG regulations. The article provides firms with a step-by-step guide to navigating the ever-complex world of ESG regulations.
  3. “ESG Regulatory Tracker — July 2023” – This tracker describes how the European Commission adopted the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS), which are applicable to businesses covered by the EU’s CSRD. It also discusses new legislation in the EU pertaining to soil monitoring along with initiatives in the automobile and textile industries. It also highlights India’s new ESG disclosure regulations for mutual funds and the $20 billion in expenditures the Biden administration has allocated for sustainable energy technology.
  4. “A Guide to ESG Regulatory Reporting” – The main elements of ESG regulatory reporting, such as governance frameworks, social responsibility, and environmental effects, are explained in this guide. The difficulties with ESG reporting are covered, including selecting the best framework, guaranteeing compliance, and gauging the success of ESG programs.
  5. “ESG regulation in 2024: Everything you need to know” – This page describes the EU Taxonomy and its standards for assessing investments based on environmental factors such as pollution impact, water and biodiversity effects, mitigation and adaptation to climate change, and circular economy principles. It also discusses the modifications to the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) and the EU’s CSRD disclosure standards.

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