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Corporate Guides

Guidance on how to navigate and advance in the sustainable transition

CORPORATE GUIDES

Environment Analyst's Corporate Guides provide free recommendations and guidance from subject matter experts and seasoned environmental and sustainability advisers, to give corporations the insights they need to progress in the sustainable transition.

Current Guides include:

  • Embedding Nature for Business Resilience

  • Accelerating your ESG transition

  • Net Zero and the Scope 3 Challenge (coming soon)

  • How to Implement CSRD, Reduce Risks and Drive Resilience (coming soon)

To enquire about future guide publications or how to get involved please get in touch with simon.king@environment-analyst.com.

Our upcoming guide, due to be published late 2024, will identify best practices among those businesses preparing to submit their first CSRD reports in 2025. 

 

It will take a practical look at how reporting companies are overcoming the challenges of the new requirements, and provide advice to the many businesses who are, or will be, receiving requests for information from their CSRD-reporting, supply chain partners. 

 

Chapters include:

  • Setting the CSRD scene

  • How to mitigate risks associated with CSRD implementation

  • Skills, technology and budget considerations

  • Best practice approaches to double materiality assessment

  • Strategies to overcome data collection and analysis challenges

  • How to tackle CSRD’s new reporting requirements

  • Is interoperability a reality or a pipedream?

  • How best to manage the impacts of CSRD on supply chains

  • How to maximise the opportunities of CSRD

  • What reporting will look like in 2030 and beyond

To enquire about getting involved please get in touch with simon.king@environment-analyst.com

HOW TO IMPLEMENT CSRD, REDUCE RISKS AND DRIVE RESILIENCE

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NET ZERO AND THE SCOPE 3 CHALLENGE

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This new guide, due to be published mid 2024, will help organisations progress on their net zero journeys, and overcome data and scope 3 reporting challenges.

 

This Corporate Guide will help you to understand:

 

  • Net Zero and the importance of carbon accounting

  • Defining and accounting for scope 3 emissions

  • The role of technology in supply chain accounting

  • Choosing a carbon reporting standard and framework

  • How to deal with issues of data quality and availability

  • Offsetting with carbon credits

  • Beyond three scopes: avoiding emissions

Policy makers and businesses play a pivotal role in stabilising and restoring habitats and reversing biodiversity loss, not least because those habitats and species are critical to economic growth.

 

Emerging frameworks will see investors attach significant weight to the value of nature-based reporting and action to safeguard habitats. Meanwhile, asset owners are utilising nature-based solutions to develop resilience to climate change.

 

This Corporate Guide will help you:

  • Understand how the COP15 Kunming-Montreal Agreement will impact long-term policy and business reporting

  • Prepare for the TNFD through the acquisition of data and the application of real methodologies

  • Embed natural capital accounting as part of the Natural Capital Protocol into your decision-making capabilities

  • Improve the funding and financing of construction and infrastructure projects using biodiversity credits and nature-positive approach

EMBEDDING NATURE FOR BUSINESS RESILIENCE

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ACCELERATING YOUR ESG TRANSITION

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Organisations of all shapes, sizes and industries must integrate environmental, social and governance (ESG) into their organisation, to secure financial investment, minimise risk and future-proof their long-term success. 

 

This free guide provides an essential introduction to the complex world of ESG, to help you advance in your ESG journey.

 

This Corporate Guide will give you the insights your need to:

  • Navigate ESG regulatory disclosure requirements and evolving standards

  • Safeguard your organisation from changing stakeholder pressure

  • Avoid the pitfalls associated with greenwashing

GUIDE CONTRIBUTORS

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