At PracticalESG.com, we’re committed to continually enhancing our resources and tools, providing our members with more content to help guide them on their ESG journeys. Today we’re happy to announce that three new checklists have been added to our member resources. Here’s a brief description of each:
7 Things You Need to Know About the EU’s CSRD
The impending SEC Climate Disclosure rule isn’t the only disclosure rule on companies’ minds. Companies are also looking to new directives coming out the EU and wondering how they will be impacted. Our new checklist examines the EU’s new Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) and can help you determine:
- If your company is in scope for mandatory reporting under the CSRD
- What current EU directives and regulations the CSRD amends
- The timeline for CSRD implementation.
6 Things You Need to Know About the EU CSDD
In addition to the new reporting requirements companies will face under the CSRD, the EU is also in the process of creating and implementing the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDD). This new checklist explores the CSDD proposal and can help you determine:
- What the CSDD is and what companies will be expected to do to comply with its rules
- If your company is in scope and required to adhere to the CSDD
- The timeline for CSDD implementation
How to Navigate the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act
The U.S. Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) went into effect in June and has massive implications for any company importing goods in the sectors of apparel, cotton, polysilicon and tomatoes as well as anyone importing goods from China or whose supply chains interact in any way with certain Chinese entities. Our new checklist takes a detailed look at the UFLPA and the guidance provided by both the Department of Justice and Customs and Border Protection. It can help you determine:
- What shipments are likely to be flagged and detained under the UFLPA
- The process and timeline for challenging detention and getting your goods released
- The types of evidence CBP is looking for to rebut the presumption introduced in the UFLPA, that certain goods were produced using forced labor.
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