Do you wonder how many companies identify revenues and investments with the potential to contribute substantially to climate change mitigation and adaptation? What lessons can we draw from the first disclosures to prepare for alignment reporting in the next annual report? How do companies explain their findings and, ultimately, how do they connect the EU Taxonomy to their broader ESG strategy?
KPMG International looked at 275 non-financial undertakings covered by the analysis with a corporate seat in the EU and that are part of the STOXX1 Europe Index. The sample contains large, mid and small capitalization companies across 14 countries in 17 sectors in the EU.
Read KPMG International's publication Setting the baseline toward transparency for the highlights of the first year of EU Taxonomy disclosures and insights that could further refine and strengthen your EU Taxonomy reporting for the coming year.
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1As per 3 January 2022.