ESG reporting - From theory to practice.

Not caring about the sustainability of your company is a risk.

Because your clients, who are increasingly mindful of this aspect when making their choices, might go and check out the competition.

Why implement
a sustainability strategy ?

A company that wants to operate sustainably cannot continue to grow without considering the non-financial contours of its sustainability strategy.

In this ESG report, the company clearly indicates how it operates in an environmentally-friendly manner (Environment), how it treats its human capital with care (Social) and how it manages the organisation correctly (Governance).

Why digitalise ESG reporting ?

Creating a unified ESG reporting system means relying on a wide variety of media. Spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, summaries in Word. These different formats also exist alongside numerous reporting systems, whether ERP or CRM. To complicate matters, each department has its own ways of doing things in terms of information processing and management, and data are structured in a wide variety of ways.

Digitalising your non-financial reporting is therefore increasingly a solution to the complexity of the process.

The new European rules for CO2 emissions

New cars in 2030

From 2030, CO2 emissions from new cars will on average have to be 37.5% lower compared to 2021 levels.

Light commercial vehicles in 2030

Over the period 2025-2029, CO2 emissions from vehicles such as vans will have to be 15% lower compared to 2021.

From 2030, CO2 emissions from new vans will have to be 31% lower, on average, than those in 2021.

The arrival of CSRD within the general context of ESG

It introduces more detailed reporting requirements based on mandatory EU sustainability reporting standards.