Defining the issues

Materiality is the principle of defining the social, environmental and governmental issues that matter most to your business and your stakeholders. With the introduction of the CSRD, a double materiality assessment has become a standard element of a robust sustainability strategy. This new EU directive holds large and listed companies accountable to share information on how they monitor a wide range of ESG issues and their impact on our planet.

The process of conducting a double materiality assessment isn’t only for large and listed companies that are mandated to comply with CSRD. It’s also for businesses seeking to utilise top-tier methodologies to fully comprehend their impact on society and the environment, and to prioritise resources to tackle their key sustainability challenges.” Ailsa Dorman Senior Consultant

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Whatever the scale of your business, we can help you design and implement a robust, practical yet achievable strategy.

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Helping businesses to act on the climate crisis by understanding their impacts and developing solutions to deliver decarbonisation at scale.

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Demonstrating commitment, progress, and impact through transparent, ESG reporting and powerful communications to enhance business growth.

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Sustainability can be a complex landscape, we work with your organisation to fully equip your employees and stakeholders with the necessary skills and knowledge so everyone can engage in your strategies.

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