EU Taxonomy classification and reporting in 2023  – The best practices

Watch the webinar to get clear on how the existing and coming legislative obligations will affect the classification and reporting for EU Taxonomy in 2023.

It is time to prepare for EU Taxonomy classification and reporting in 2023 

Receive advice on best practices and learn the following requirements and challenges of the EU Taxonomy and Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) faced by professionals all over Europe:

  • the EU Taxonomy classification criteria for eligibility and alignment assessments, 
  • Key Performance Indicators (turnover, CapEx, OpEx) and other reporting obligations,
  • smooth corporate work process for EU Taxonomy classification and reporting.

Corporate requirements for EU Taxonomy in 2023

Gain knowledge of the EU taxonomy requirements and receive step-by-step guidance on what non-financial corporations should do to comply with the EU Taxonomy classification and reporting in 2023.  

Additionally, you will get insights into the complements and several changes for the EU Taxonomy requirements in 2023. We will explain their content and how they impact classification and reporting. For example, the additional four environmental objectives and the connection to CSRD.

Webinar Agenda

  • EU Taxonomy classification and reporting requirements for 2023 – the best practices
  • New updates and changes for 2023
  • EU Taxonomy and Corporate sustainability reporting directive (CSRD)
  • Demonstration of corporate work process and Ecobio Manager for EU Taxonomy 

  

Speakers

Senior consultant Katrine Hoset, PhD in environmental sciences

Katrine Hoset is a Senior Sustainability Consultant at Ecobio. She is experienced with corporate social responsibility reporting and assurance and is familiar with EHS legislation in EU and international initiatives related with sustainability and EHS. Hoset is an advisory member in the development team of Ecobio Manager’s Taxonomy tool have a thorough understanding in the EU Taxonomy criteria.

Senior consultant Terhi Valtonen

Terhi Valtonen is a Senior Sustainability Consultant at Ecobio. She is an experienced EU policy professional with special focus on EU Taxonomy and corporate sustainability. Prior to this position she worked in the largest financial services group in Finland and also several years at the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health having many different activities and responsibilities from social insurance to sustainable finance. 

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    EU TAXONOMY CLASSIFICATION

    • Six environmental objectives
    • Substantial contribution assessment
    • Do no significant harm (DNSH) assessment
    • Minimum safeguard assessment
    • Summarizing, printing, archiving, and communication features
    • Training, workshops and advisory
    • Assists with verification

    KPI REPORTING

    • Reporting by Taxonomy activity
    • Undertaking or group level
    • Turnover, capital & operational expendures
    • CapEx plans
    • Detailed disclusure model by the Delegate Act
    • Annual reporting
    • Summarizing, printing, archiving, and communication features
    • Training, workshops and advisory
    • Assists with verification

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