Sustainability and ESG in China – status and challenges
In these years, the EU is adopting many new rules to promote sustainable business and corporate responsibility. The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) will require large companies to report on sustainability already as from 2024 and the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence that is currently being negotiated in Brussels will obligate companies to address adverse impacts of their actions, including in their value chains inside and outside Europe.
Many European companies have value chains that extend to China and must deal with a number of ESG risks related to the Chinese market. In this webinar we take a deep dive into the status of sustainability and ESG in China and how Danish companies best can approach collaboration with partners in China. We will be joined by Heidi Berg, GRI Certified Sustainability Expert based in Shanghai, who is soon joining DI in the local company DI Asia Base to lead local support on sustainability and ESG.
By Marie Krogsgaard Pedersen, Senior Consultant in Global Development and Sustainability
Sustainability and ESG in China
How to collaborate, by Heidi Berg from Nordic Innovation and Sustainability Shanghai
Questions and answers