CSR Reporting with DFGE

According to the CSR reporting obligation, capital market-oriented companies and businesses must communicate information on environmental, social and labor issues, as well as on respect for human rights and the fight against corruption. Furthermore, stakeholder pressure for transparent and verified CSR reporting is increasing.

CSR reporting can be done through various reporting standards. DFGE can support you at every step of your path to CSR management and Sustainability Intelligence as well as in the development and implementation of a Climate Strategy. Our services range from data collection, calculation and review to reporting.

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CSR Reporting Standards - An Overview

As an official CDP Silver Climate Change Consultancy Partner, DFGE supports you in data collection, preparation and compilation of all responses from your company for participation in the CDP questionnaire.

The aim of the reporting on water-related opportunities and risks is to encourage companies to take active responsibility for water, to safeguard the resource itself and to take into account the global shortage of water.

The world’s largest cause of deforestation and forest degradation is commercial agriculture. The supply of and demand for forest goods, mostly wood, is responsible for 10-15% of greenhouse gas emissions.

EcoVadis is a sustainability assessment platform for global supply chains. EcoVadis scorecards make it easy to understand, track and improve global environmental, social and ethical performance.

Established in 1999, the UNGC is the most important international multi-stakeholder platform that promotes greater corporate commitment to sustainable development and responsible corporate governance.

The GRI is an independent international organization that establishes guidelines for good sustainability reporting. The usual method for this is the creation of a materiality matrix.

The SDGs are the sustainability agenda of the United Nations until 2030 and contain a total of 17 goals, which together with several sub-goals cover environmental, social and ethical issues.

The DJSI is probably the best-known index with regard to the sustainability rating of companies, which includes environmental, social and governance (ESG) indicators in its ranking.

Non-existent or inadequate CSR management leads to risks that can influence investor decisions and ultimately Socially Responsible Investment (SRI).

Climate-related risks can have a major impact on financial markets. The Task Force on Climate Related Financial Disclosure (TCFD) covers this reference in the ESG context.

In April 2021, the European Commission published its proposal for the CSRD, which will replace the existing NFRD. The NFRD will undergo a fundamental update with the CSRD.

Transparent Sustainability requires reliable CSR Reporting!

For more than 20 years, we have been helping companies not only to act sustainably, but also to document and prove this with reliable calculations and CSR reporting. And to become better in the process – for actively practiced climate protection.