With sustainability rising to the top of the C-suite agenda for planned investment, our C-suite ESG insights report explores the current sustainability trends, priorities and challenges for businesses.
In the light of new sustainability regulations, geopolitical changes, technological innovation, and increasing societal expectations, companies are under direct pressure to take action on their ESG activity, and embed this successfully into the wider business model. Combining insight from business leaders following our 2023 C-suite barometer, along with expert interviews, we explore how companies can make the most of their ESG journey.
The way forward for sustainability reporting
Examining the depth of compliance with the sustainability reporting regulations in the EU (the CSRD), this report zooms in on other areas affected by these regulatory changes, including Australia and Asia Pacific region, the US and Latin America. Combining these global insights with a guide to the evolution of global sustainability reporting practices, read our guide to remain prepared for regulatory change.
The ESG regulatory landscape is quickly changing around the world, and Australia is following the move with plans to introduce mandatory reporting on climate-related financial disclosures as soon as 1 July 2024. For large and medium sized companies in Australia, getting started on their ESG journey as soon as possible is becoming increasingly important to reap the first movers’ benefits and go beyond mere compliance to maximise value creation over the short, medium, and long term. Damien Lambert Head of Sustainability Services - Melbourne, Australia