Materiality is an essential tool that enables organisations to understand their context, identify their actual and potential impacts, assess their significance and prioritise those impacts that are most significant. It also provides the foundation for acting and reporting on those impacts.
The concept is on the rise with the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) and GRI 2021 setting the bar once more for executing materiality assessments.
In this webinar, the Anthesis team examined the significant elements of materiality, including the double-materiality perspective, risks and opportunities.
The webinar covered:
- A brief introduction to CSRD
- What is required of organisations examining their materiality?
- What is double materiality, and why is it needed for CSRD?
- How to get started