Corporate sustainability reporting: disagreement around SMEs

The “Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive” (CSRD) is intended to define the rules for the reporting obligations of companies with regard to their sustainable management more clearly and to tighten them in some places. An exchange between committee members, rapporteurs, and shadow rapporteurs took place in the EU Parliament’s lead JURI committee on Monday. Almost 600 amendments for the draft report have been received by rapporteur Pascal Durand (Renew/List Renaissance) so far.

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