ESG reporting: an indispensable step toward sustainable success

January 1, 2024
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ESG reporting: an indispensable step toward sustainable success
ESG stands for Environmental, Social and Governance. Simply put, it assesses how companies contribute to a more sustainable and social world. Similar to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), but with more international exposure. ESG is becoming more important, especially thanks to new European directives that require companies to report their impact in these areas.

New laws, new standards

This year, the EU introduced the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), which requires European companies to report on their ESG sustainability performance. This new law brings with it (European) standards, known as the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS), that help companies report consistently and make their impact transparent. While not all companies are covered by this law, its effects may be widely felt.


ESG and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) go hand in hand. The SDGs are 17 sustainable development goals designed to create a world without poverty, protecting the planet and promoting prosperity for all. Now what is the link to ESG? Well, many of those goals can be achieved more quickly thanks to ESG practices. 

Your partner in sustainable marketing and content creation

At Chase, we understand that communication about ESG and compliance with new laws is essential. We are your partner in sustainable marketing and have expertise in getting (sustainable) messages across the right channels in the right way. Want to make sure your sustainability efforts are recognized and appreciated? Give us a call and together we'll see how we can do that!

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