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CSR has no unique acceptation. In its historic meaning, CSR stands for Corporate Social Responsibility. It was born as Philanthropic activities carried on by big corporations. Over the years, it has evolved towards the wider meaning of Corporate Sustainability Reporting in order to include the environmental issues, as well as the Reporting Phase. In the European Union, we have the CSRD (Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive) which is going to be mandatory for big companies by 2025 and enlist small companies by 2027. 

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Understanding CSR

Understanding CSR

Has CSR become a buzzword? We hear about CSR more and more. In the past, it used to be an additional thing companies included in their activities and communicational strategy. With the rising-up of sustainability in the global demand of goods and services, it continues to be an important tool to increase your competitive advantage, and it is also becoming…

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Become a member of the CSR community!

By enrolling in the course you will get all the advantages of being a part of a community . You will be informed on news, the new courses and all the tools we make available on the issue of SDGs.

Understand the difference between SDGs, CSR and ESG

By taking the course you will definitively understand what is the difference between SDGs, CSR and ESG. You will have a great understanding of SDGs.

Use CSR in your work!

By taking the course you will understand how to make a good use of CSR in your business or in your NGO to catch your stakeholders needs and get more financial resources.

Both! Corporate Social Responsibility is the old acceptation of CSR. Corporate Sustainability Reporting is a kind of new acceptation, including also the environmantal factors and being also formally ruled in several countries.

It depends on the country. In the European Union there is a specific directive (CSRD) and it refers specifically to compulsory reporting, while in India CSRis compulsory and concerns a specific annual expense for thce companies invoved.

ESG makes requirements in relation to sustainability performance and investment criteria. Corporate Social Responsibility describes how companies should be, what they do. Corporate Sustainability Reporting Satisfy both ESG criteria and the corporate dimensions in terms of sustainability.

CSRD (Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive) is a directive released by the EU on April 21st, 2021to rule companies’ sustainability reporting
Materiality analysis is a methodology a company can use to identify and estimate possible Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) which might impact the business and its stakeholders. It helps to select the most important issues. It includes risks and opportunities that may affect the company’s development (Financial materiality) and Actual or potential significant external impacts on people and the environment (Impact materiality).