Activating your sustainability journey
Clients, employees, regulators, local communities, investors and other stakeholders are demanding that businesses take responsibility for sustainable development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the needs of generations to come. Organisations that integrate sustainability into their business will likely realise benefits as consumers and stakeholders reward those that demonstrate a social licence to operate.
BDO’s range of sustainability resources aim to educate, guide and provide insights into this rapidly evolving global transformation. BDO is committed to helping businesses around the world transform for a sustainable future. BDO guides our clients along their sustainability journey with a practical approach focused on value creation and material risk management. The time is now to start your journey with BDO.
BDO is committed to helping clients, wherever they may be on their sustainability journey, transform for a sustainable future. Our tools aim to guide, educate and provide insights into this rapidly evolving and complex space.
- Read A guide to activating your sustainability journey for an outline of best practice in starting the sustainability journey in your organisation.
- Sustainability At a Glance – The Greenhouse Gas Protocol
Measuring Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions will be a fundamental requirement in sustainability reporting frameworks, including IFRS Sustainability Disclosure Standards, European Sustainability Reporting Standards and US SEC rules. BDO’s Sustainability At a Glance – The Greenhouse Gas Protocol summarises hundreds of pages of guidance on how greenhouse gas emissions are measured into a few pages, with worked examples.
- Climate Risk and Economic Sectors
Climate risk affects business operations across a variety of industries, and companies must manage these risks. Different industries are impacted in various ways and to different extents, and there are variations in sectoral impacts by region as well. BDO in Hungary presents the results of the European Central Bank’s 2022 climate risk stress test, with an analysis of the effects on sectors based on greenhouse gas emissions.
- Sustainability At a Glance - ESRS E1 Climate Change
European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRSs) will significantly expand the reporting requirements for many entities operating in the EU, including a requirement to measure and disclose Scopes 1, 2 and 3 emissions, along with explaining how climate risks affect an entity's governance, strategy, business model and metrics and targets. Read BDO's Sustainability At a Glance - ESRS E1 Climate Change 7 page summary.
HOW WE CAN HELP
If you would like to know more about BDO’s sustainability services, please contact us