CS3D, Deforestation, Social Taxonomy, Forced Labor, MACF… The year 2023 is rich in legislative developments carried by the European Union. Review of these developments that impact European companies but also companies located outside the EU doing business with the EU by Ksapa teams.
Tag Archives: Competitiveness
Green Taxonomy, SFDR, benchmarks regulation, green bonds… Since 2018 and the introduction of its Sustainable Finance Plan, the EU has adopted several acts aimed at its practical implementation, as well as their articulation with schemes governing economic assets such as CSRD, CS3D or MACF. Here is a quick explanation.
Let’s start the year 2023 with optimism; because 2022 has finally delivered its share of good surprises, and we should appreciate the glass half full rather than criticize the glass half empty.
Increasingly, boards of directors are called upon to navigate the challenges presented by climate change, racial injustice, economic inequality, and numerous other human right issues that are fundamental to the success and sustainability of companies, financial markets, and economies.
Ksapa shares its experience of developing a gender action plan for a dam construction project in Africa. The concrete projects help to answer the following question: how can we advance the issue of women in the development of large infrastructures?
Ksapa explains why human rights within an organization are increasingly becoming a prerequisite for doing business and how organizations can mitigate human rights risks in the context of the EU regulatory landscape and measure their impact
Ksapa delves into aligning private sector SDG commitments with robust impact metrics aligned with international standards.
Concerns as to the efficacy of Net Zero targets are fully justified. Ksapa offers analysis and tips to get your neutrality strategy right.
Ksapa identifies 3 systemic principles for companies and investors to wise up to the urgency of investing in biodiversity.
Ksapa collaborated with Schneider Electric to boost the Group’s risk assessment under the Duty of Vigilance