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Sustainability (ESG)

The way in which organizations have to account for their role in society is changing rapidly. An increasingly wider range of topics is becoming relevant in this regard. We support you with the question: "How do I report clearly on sustainability performance and social value?"

Legal obligation

From 2023, reporting on sustainability policy and performance will be mandatory for a large group of organisations. This obligation has been imposed by the European Commission in the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive.
This obligation applies to all listed companies, as well as to companies that meet 2 of the following 3 criteria:
  • More than 250 employees.
  • More than 40 million turnover.
  • More than 20 million balance sheet total.
The purpose of these reports is to increase the quality of information and transparency about the environmental and social impact. You must at least report on;
  • Data based on the double materiality principle, being possible material risks for your company and material impact of your company on people and the environment.
  • Information about your long-term sustainability goals.
  • Information on progress towards those objectives, both objective and immaterial.
Marc van Beek

Reporting on sustainability is about reliability and credibility. We help you with that.

Marc van Beek

Assistant manager at Qconcepts

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Reviewing your sustainability report

We check your sustainability report. In doing so, assess your data and the underlying processes. On the one hand, this check provides your organization with tools for improvement, and on the other hand, it gives your stakeholders certainty about the reliability of your report.

Steps in your preparation

Does your organization not yet have a sustainability report? Then start your preparation with a clear sustainability strategy and objectives. Then set up your processes in such a way that information about this is also available. Finally, ensure that the report is reliable.