Ask the Experts: How to strategically prepare for CSRD/ESRS reporting

Publisert 31.05.2024 av UNGC Norge

UN Global Compact Norway members! Bring your questions and join us for an interactive online discussion with Position Green, the international sustainability consultancy, on how to strategically prepare your company for reporting under the European Corporate Sustainability Directive (CSRD).

Approximately 1950 Norwegian companies will be affected by the new reporting requirements from 2025 and will need to report in 2026.

If you are due to report under CSRD from 2026, it’s important to start preparing now. Experts from Position Green will share key insights and practical tips that they have learnt through helping their clients in different sectors with their CSRD/ESRS reporting.

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From the preparatory steps to be taken prior to embarking on the double materiality assessment, through to the gap analysis and data collection ahead of reporting, as well as the key stages and internal steps your organization should take to move towards compliant CSRD reporting.

In doing so, we will discuss the strategic role played by digitalization, which can support CSRD compliance but also enable efficiencies, giving companies the capacity to focus on target setting and raising their sustainability ambition in line with growing stakeholder expectations.

Submit questions when you register or bring them with you.

This webinar will be in English and is for UN Global Compact members companies at the intermediate and advanced levels.

Audience: Larger UN Global Compact member companies that will collect data in 2025 and report in 2026 (intermediate and advanced level companies).

Date: 19 June 2024
Time: 09:00-10:00 CEST
Event: Digital




Marc Jourdan
Senior Manager, Position Green
Marc is a Senior Manager with Position Green Norway, focusing on sustainability strategy and reporting projects, including CSRD Double MaterialityAssessments. He is a qualified UK lawyer with 10 years of experience advising organizations on sustainability topics such as climate change, the circular economy, and modern slavery. Marc was the Policy & Engagement Lead for IEMA, a global membership organization for sustainability professionals, and Sustainability Hub Norway. He has led several expert networks and drafted consultation responses to key regulatory and industry-standard proposals. Marc has also worked at the United Nations on public policy issues, including the SDGs.

Robin Kålås
Associate, Position Green

Robin works in the ESG Strategy and Communication Team and specializes in CRSD and double materiality. Prior to joining Position Green, Robin worked as an intern at KPMG, where he was engaged in double materiality analysis and the development of methodology for this. He was also engaged as a resource on ESRS. Robin wrote his master’s thesis on the relationship between CSRD-aligned reporting and share returns for Norwegian companies. Robin holds a Master of Business Administration from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU).

Frida Jonasson
Onboarding Team Leader (Platform), Position Green

Frida works with Position Green Enterprise customers. She is a Project Leader for onboardings/software implementations and part of the Position Green ESRS Solution Working Group.

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