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The transformative power of the CSRD - Part 1: The regulation itself

The passing in the EU of the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) is forcing a step change in corporate sustainability reporting that may well transform how sustainability is embedded into business.

The transformative power of the CSRD - Part 1: The regulation itself

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