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This topic is relevant to you if:

The year of when you have to start reporting depends on which criteria your company fulfils.
Companies under the scope of NFDR
Report in 2025 about 2024
European companies fulfilling ⅔ criteria: 
- €50 million in net turnover
- €25 million in assets
- 250 or more employees
Report in 2026 about 2025
Listed small and medium sized enterprises fulfilling ⅔ criteria: 
- 10 employees
- 900K euro turnover
- 450k euro balance sheet total
Report in 2027 about 2026
International companies with branch or subsidiary in the EU that has over 150M euro in turnover.
Report 2029 about 2028

Here are two interviews dealing with the topic.

How are the SFDR and the CSRD related? - with Sydney Straver
The challenges of the #csrd - with Catharina Ahmadi
Climate Risk Assessment - with Guoda Lomanaite

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The document explains climate risk assessments in 5 steps: Identifying Hazards: Recognizing specific environmental changes or events that could pose risks, such as extreme weather or rising sea levels. Assessing Vulnerability: Evaluating how sensitive an organization's systems, activities, or assets are to the identified hazards. Identifying Adaptation Options: Finding ways to reduce vulnerabilities and enhance resilience, like infrastructure upgrades or disaster preparation. Prioritizing Risks: Focusing on the most severe and likely risks based on their potential consequences. Formal Evaluation: Conducting a structured process to assess the overall impact of climate change on the organization. By reading this document, you can learn: What climate risk assessments are and why they are important: They help organizations understand and prepare for the potential impacts of climate change. The different types of climate risks: Physical risks from extreme weather events and transition risks from regulatory or market changes due to climate action. How to conduct a climate risk assessment: The 5-step process outlined in the guide provides a clear framework. The benefits of conducting a climate risk assessment: It helps organizations make informed decisions, enhance resilience, and ensure long-term sustainability.
Envoria_ESRS Visual Guide_EN-1
This document provides a visual overview of the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS). You will learn who is affected by these standards, the concept of double materiality, and the timeline for reporting.
EFRAG ESRS Datapoints in Excel
This is an excel file from the official body of the EU giving a great overview of the ESRS.
Stratsys Take your risk management to the next level GUIDE
This guide discusses the growing importance of risk management for businesses in a constantly changing environment. It emphasizes that risk management is not just about meeting legal requirements, but also about proactively identifying and addressing potential risks to avoid damage. The guide outlines several challenges organizations face today, such as keeping up with new regulations, increasing cyber threats, and the need for better crisis management. It also highlights the increasing demand for risk management systems that can help businesses streamline their risk management processes, document legal compliance, and make data-driven decisions. The guide concludes by listing success factors for proactive risk work, such as digitizing work processes, choosing user-friendly systems, and gathering risk and control work on a joint platform. It also encourages readers to learn more about how Stratsys can help organizations streamline their risk management with a digital tool.
Stratsys Sustainability as a competitive advantage
This document discusses how sustainability can be a competitive advantage for businesses. It emphasizes that sustainability is not just about reporting, but about taking action and making a real difference. The guide also provides a table of contents, an introduction, and sections on business-driven sustainability, reporting, creating the right conditions for proactive work, and a summary.

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