Tag Archives: ESG

ESG Reporting: Understanding the 12 standards proposed by EFRAG

12 sustainability reporting standards were proposed at the EFRAG General Assembly and approved by the European Commission in late November 2022. The content is intended to be more “material” and as consistent as possible with the ISSB. Additional sector-specific standards are forthcoming. The publication of the delegated acts for these standards is scheduled for June 2023. This article helps you understand these standards in a few minutes.

The critical role of insurers in the net zero pathway

The insurance sector plays a key role in the energy transition both in terms of who and how they write policies and as investors. And they have sustainability challenges.

Fossil fuels and ESG: the paradox of double standards

Stuart Kirk, global head of responsible investment at HSBC, was fired for downplaying the market impact of climate change. But his intervention describes what is going on around fossil fuels

3 Critical Aspects of the Ongoing ISSB and EFRAG Public Consultations

Ksapa explores the new EFRAG’s and ISSB ESG Reporting Guidelines under consultation, and shares 3 critical aspects required to be under close scrutiny for successful adoption by stakeholders and meaningful implementation by business.

Integrating Gender When Developing Large Infrastructure Projects

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?

3 Learnings From the Ukraine Crisis, Making Structural Changes Happen

The war in Ukraine is putting pressure on the fragile gains of international law as well as the timid climatic efforts undertaken in recent years. The war in Ukraine is dramatic, yet predictable. Ksapa therefore encourages its community of companies and investors to ponder the following 3 learnings.

Mitigating Organizational Human Rights Risks

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