The EU taxonomy - the key to a company's sustainability strategy and communication
What is the EU taxonomy?
In short, the EU taxonomy is a classification that provides a common benchmark for sustainability, based on the Paris Agreement, Agenda 30 and the EU's 2050 climate neutrality target. From 2023, larger companies will have to report on how well they meet the criteria of the taxonomy. This gives you the opportunity to showcase your sustainability performance not only to your investors, but also to employees, customers and other stakeholders. Including the taxonomy in your sustainability reporting will not only improve your position in the market, but also the long-term sustainability of your business.
Your activity and the EU taxonomy
From the beginning of 2021, financial operators and listed companies with more than 500 employees have started to align with the EU taxonomy. This will be extended to more companies, including SMEs. At AVA, with our in-depth understanding of the EU taxonomy, we can help you understand how these changes will affect your business. Whether you are a large or small company, we can provide you with advice and support to incorporate the EU taxonomy into your sustainability reporting. We are here to ensure that you are at the forefront of developments and that your business continues to grow and prosper in an increasingly sustainability-oriented world.