Last updated 4/2023
Duration: 1h 4m | .MP4 | 720p | Language: English
Master EU Taxonomy Assessment: Comprehensive Guide to Core Concept, Tools, and Practice for Business Applications
What you’ll learn
Understand climate crisis and learn EU actions that are set to level out global sustainability issues
Learn EU Sustainability Taxonomy design and characteristics of each component
Understand Taxonomy Assessment process and distinguish Taxonomy-Eligibility and Taxonomy-Alignment stages
Estimate Turnover, Capex and Opex KPIs
Become familiar with all necessary tools for Taxonomy assessment and understand when and how to use them
Report under the Taxonomy on your own
Basic financial and sustainability knowledge may be advantageous but is not necessary
As the climate crisis continues to worsen, it is becoming increasingly clear that urgent action is needed to combat its effects. One important tool in this fight is the Taxonomy, a system that helps assess economic activities for environmental sustainability. This comprehensive course is designed to provide you with everything you need to become an expert in this area.
The course begins with a brief introduction to the climate crisis and the actions that have been set in motion to deal with it. From there, you will gain an in-depth understanding of the core of the Taxonomy, including the legal bodies and contributors of this system. You’ll also learn about the timeline of Taxonomy application and the most important definitions of this system.
In addition to these foundational elements, the guide also provides a comprehensive overview of Taxonomy assessment. You’ll learn how to assess economic activities for environmental sustainability, including the six environmental objectives, DNSH, and minimum safeguards criteria. With the ultimate Taxonomy toolkit and tips for the contextual part of the report, you’ll be able to deploy all theory into practice while making Taxonomy assessments for real-life companies.
Whether you’re an individual looking to gain new skill in the field of sustainability or a business representative liable to report under the Taxonomy, this course is the perfect resource for you!
Who this course is for:
Sustainability Managers and associates
Financial Managers and associates
Investment Managers and associates
Corporate Managers and associates
Legal Managers and associates
Sustainability advocates and promoters