The EU Taxonomy has emerged as a crucial framework in driving investments towards sustainable activities within the European Union's financial landscape. In this second edition of our EU Taxonomy disclosure survey, we ask ourselves which proportion of potentially sustainable (eligible) activities are actually sustainable (aligned), how many companies explained their plans to close the gap between eligibility and alignment, what the hurdles in reporting alignment are, and how many companies have already received limited assurance from their auditors.

This report provides valuable insights gathered from the EU Taxonomy disclosures of 281 European large public-interest entities. These findings can be leveraged to enhance your EU Taxonomy reporting in the upcoming year and offer valuable guidance on your ESG practices and strategy.


Setting the baseline towards transparency

Insights into the EU Taxonomy disclosures of 281 European non-financial undertakings

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