The end of ESG? Navigating the turbulent landscape
ESG is currently under much scrutiny – in the US alone, 49 anti-ESG bills were introduced in 2023. In the Western hemisphere, conservative voices are questioning the level of reporting that comes with ESG and whether “green filtering” investments will constrain companies and deprioritise financial returns. Furthermore, the European Commission’s President has stated, that they want to slash European Union reporting requirements by 25%. As ESG has developed into a more and more polarising topic, it raises the question: How will this affect companies’ ESG reporting? Will this result in a whirlwind of continuous new and dismissed requirements? Are we looking at the end of ESG as we know it? Dive into the current state of ESG reporting and how this criticism is affecting, and possibly changing, how companies work with ESG. The event also takes the temperature on Danish companies’ ESG performance and what the next steps and actions will be for companies in the tumultuous landscape of ESG reporting.
Time and place
08:30 – 10:30