A pragmatic approach on how to manage EU taxonomy obligations – strategically as well as operationally – Webinar med Maersk

28.04.2022 | 9:00 - 9:45

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About the webinar
The EU taxonomy is a classification system, establishing a list of environmentally sustainable economic activities. This should hopefully play an important role helping the EU scale up sustainable investment and implement the European Green Deal.

The EU taxonomy will provide companies, investors and policymakers with appropriate definitions for which economic activities can be considered environmentally sustainable. In this way, it should create security for investors, protect private investors from greenwashing, help companies to become more climate-friendly, mitigate market fragmentation and help shift investments where they are most needed.

On this webinar we will get an understanding of A.P. Moller – Maersk’s strategic approach to the EU taxonomy and the company’s methodology on how to scope, measure and implement on an operational level.

Guest speaker
Frederik Bo Rementorp, Senior ESG Manager, A.P. Moller – Maersk.

Who should participate
For relevant key persons in companies who are required by law to report on CSR and Sustainability, cf. section 99 a of the Danish Financial Statements Act. Large companies in accounting class C and companies in accounting class D.

Price, info & registration 

  • It is free to join
  • Slides and recordings are exclusively reserved for members of CSR Forum
  • Sign up for the webinar here

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EU Taxonomy, Compliance & Sustainability
This webinar-series is brought to you in a collaboration between:

  • AP Møller – Maersk
  • Bureau Veritas
  • CSR Forum
  • Ørsted
  • Green Network
  • Copenhagen Business School, The Department of Accounting
  • Board Management