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NEW Climate Reporting Regulations in the EU
Regulations Tabs-01

One of the most ambitious to date, the EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) will come into effect in 2024 and significantly expands upon earlier EU legislation (NFRD). Its framework is TCFD aligned and reporting requirements include details on company governance, strategy, risks and opportunities, and metrics and targets. It will also standardise disclosures, much like financial reporting.

While it is similar to the UK’s new climate reporting legislation, the EU requirements go further. Unlike the UK, Scope 3 emissions reporting is required. Third party assurance of the data being disclosed also appears to be mandatory. More information and clarity on the reporting standards are expected June 2023.

What does “TCFD” stand for?

What does “NFRD” stand for?

Who does it impact and when?

Further reading and useful resources

For guidance on emissions Scopes:


The European Commission’s guidelines on non-financial reporting:


An interpretation on the requirements from the Harvard Law School:


A Deloitte paper on Sustainability reporting in the EU: