Integration of sustainability management within EU enterprises
Europe is accelerating its efforts into ensuring more companies conform to the Green Deal. More and more companies will soon face new CSDR regulations aimed at increasing transparency of environmental, social and governance (ESG) impacts.
In 2023, large companies within the European Union countries will be required to report non-financial (ESG) data, according to defined standards. The same will apply to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) from the year 2026.
Sustainability within businesses today is becoming
a necessity, and offers a competitive advantage on which progressive companies base their long-term strategy, value chain and business activities.
Our collaboration with companies aims to identify, consider and manage their social and environmental impacts, and their value chains. We guide clients from initial analysis, right through to solution development and management, using effective tools to achieve carbon neutrality and an excellent ESG rating, including expert internal and external communication.
Through proactive consultations, we provide valuable strategies and implement the successful management of sustainability integration within enterprises. For issuers of sustainable certificates & bonds, or carbon credits & offsets, we provide our expertise on how to achieve a real sustainable index.
We use these metrics to ensure we define, report and present the accurate impact of each project on the planet, to the highest effect. GIA has the expertise to set up, manage and certify this activity.
Benefits for your business
What else should you know?
Together we will prepare your business for the incoming legislation and new challenges, create a governance structure and put together a team of experts equipped with quality and relevant non-financial data.
If companies do not adapt to sustainability trends, they will face existential challenges within five to ten years.
Is your business ready?