ESRS standaards

ESG, which stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance, is a framework that helps assess how a company behaves responsibly. It covers various important areas that companies need to think about in today’s world where people care about social and environmental issues. The “E” in ESG looks at things like how a company affects the environment and tries to reduce its impact on among others climate change. The “S” is about how a company treats its workers, its role in the community, and how it respects human rights. Finally, the “G” is all about how a company is run and how it follows rules and does things fairly. By paying attention to ESG, companies aim to not only avoid problems but also do good for society and the environment while being well-managed. This helps them stay strong and successful for the long term.

Click on the link below for a list with the definitions for all the ESG topics.