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Sustainability has been a central issue in international debates for several decades. The first strategic sustainability blueprint was developed by the United Nations in 2015 in the form of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. With the European Green Deal, the European Union also adopted strategic goals for sustainable economic and climate policies, aiming to achieve zero net emissions of greenhouse gases by 2050. These have been followed by a steady stream of new rules and legislation at national and international level. Similarly, investors and consumers have clear expectations about ESG and sustainability. Thus, fulfilling ESG criteria is no longer merely ‘nice to have’ but is key to long-term success for almost all companies.
Our ESG experts can support you to assess the sustainability of your organisation from a legal perspective. We understand the relevant issues and have excellent knowledge of currently applicable regulations. Obtaining a thorough understanding of the risks helps you to make the right decisions to transform your company into a sustainable organisation.
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