ESG Reports

Professional and complex reports on your demand.

ESG Reports

Professional and complex reports on your demand.

Contact for
ESG reports

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Edyta Bartoszek

Manager of Portfolio Management

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Grzegorz Marciniak

Director of Development
and Procurement CEE

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Janusz Kubiak

Key Account Manager

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Mariusz Sarosiek

Key Account Manager

What is ESG reporting?

This is the public release of non-financial data on an entity’s activities in three areas: environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG).

As part of the ESG service, we support organizations in preparing non-financial reports that comply with international standards such as:

  • Global Reporting Initiative Standards (GRI)
  • European Sustainability Reporting Standards ESRSy
  • Sustainable Development Goals – Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • UN Global Compact Principles

Who is it for?

The service is aimed at all companies – both those that are obliged to non-financial reporting, as well as those entities that show a desire to be transparent about their activities, thus increasing their competitiveness in the market.

ESG reporting consists of 4 stages. Each of them can be treated as a separate consulting service, depending on the Client’s expectations. The whole constitutes a coherent ESG report.

1. The identification process
takes into account:

  • significant areas in the organization’s operations,
  • significant business environment,
  • significant non-financial disclosures,
  • stakeholder mapping,
  • environmental processes,
  • climate-related risks as required by the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).

2. Advise the entire ESG
data collection process:

  • identification of relevant data in the organization and supply chain data,
  • data agglomeration,
  • analysis of data sets.

3. Measures:

  • Enterprise/Product greenhouse gas emissions
  • carbon footprint,
  • relevant indicators in the social area.

4. Support in creating:

  • A sustainability strategy taking into account the organization’s industry nature,
  • the decarbonization path contributing to the organization’s reduction goals.
Who is affected by ESG reporting?

Entities subject to non-financial reporting according to the CSRD should meet any 2 of the 3 criteria (in the following 2 fiscal years, i.e. the fiscal year is the reporting period and the preceding one):

For 2024 (publication 2025): public interest entities JZP

  • 500 employees
  • >85 million PLN – balance sheet total at the end of the fiscal year
  • >£170 million – net sales revenue

For 2025 (report publication 2026): all large companies

  • 250 employees
  • >85 million PLN – balance sheet total at the end of the fiscal year
  • >£170 million – net revenues from sales

For 2026 (publication 2027): SMEs listed on the regulated market and small financial institutions

  • 10 employees
  • >£1.5 million – balance sheet total at the end of the fiscal year
  • >3 million PLN – net sales revenue

What benefits will ESG reporting bring to your company?

  • Transparency of the organization to increase stakeholder confidence,
  • competitiveness of the organization,
  • participation in the international supply chain,
  • reduction of costs in the medium and long term,
  • impact on climate change mitigation.