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Are you ready for the growth and development of your organization? Our ESG reporting can help you achieve this goal by improving resource allocation, optimizing costs, reducing the impacts of regulatory interventions, increasing overall productivity and employee motivation, and lastly, supporting the optimization of investments and capital expenditures. ESG reporting is already mandatory for thousands of Czech companies, and the circle of companies that cannot do without it will continue to expand.
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4 benefits of this service

Support overall company growth
and reduce operating costs
Green financing
and other competitive advantages
Visible improvement
in corporate sustainability and credibility
Získání klíčových dat
potřebných k rozvoji a udržitelnému řízení společnosti

What is ESG reporting?

ESG reporting is non-financial reporting focused on three areas: organizational management, social environment, and the physical environment, on which we at ASITIS place great emphasis. ESG reporting helps stakeholders understand how an organization manages risks and opportunities related to environmental, social, and governance criteria, based on principles of sustainability. These ESG factors are important not only for the companies themselves but also for investors and many institutions.
What can we help you with?
Thanks to ESG reporting, you will fulfill legal obligations associated with compliance with the CSRD directive. But that's not all. The ESG report is beneficial for a company in many ways. It increases the company's market attractiveness and contributes to faster growth, aids in achieving energy savings, serves as a pathway to active environmental protection and efficient data management, and expands opportunities for obtaining European grants and green financing. Additionally, it also contributes to quality risk management, securing investment protection, and much more.
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What does this service include?

ESG reporting consists of three pillars:
E – Environment: Environmental protection is our domain. Within ESG, we assess the management of environmental risks associated with a company's business activities. We evaluate the impact of the business on the environment, focusing on greenhouse gas emissions, resource usage, waste production, pollution, and impacts on biodiversity and ecosystems.
S – Social Environment: Our reporting also includes social and human aspects throughout the organization (employee rights, diversity, inclusion, relationships with customers, communities, etc.).
G – Governance: Lastly, we focus on the responsible management of the organization and investment entities (ethics, transparency, corporate governance, control mechanisms, compliance with legal regulations, etc.).
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What will be our output?

The output of our service is an ESG report according to new EU legislation, a calculation of the carbon footprint for Scope 1 and 2 according to the GHG protocol, and proposals for decarbonization measures.

Who does ESG reporting concern?

large companies (mandatory from 2025
small and medium-sized enterprises (mandatory from 2027 – starting from FY2026)
supply chain companies
banks and investors

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  • What are the requirements of the CSRD on non-financial reporting?

    The CSRD (Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive) extends non-financial reporting obligations to all large companies and, from 2027, to listed small and medium-sized companies. The CSRD seeks to ensure transparency and comparability of ESG data and introduces mandatory auditing of non-financial information.

    Corporate sustainability reporting directive – at a glance.

  • Why is ESG reporting important?

    ESG reporting is important for many reasons. It helps companies better understand the risks and opportunities associated with their activities. It also allows them to transparently communicate their sustainability values and strategies, which can increase investor confidence and improve a company’s reputation. Non-financial indicators that are part of ESG reporting play a key role in assessing a company’s performance, and are increasingly important for investor decision-making.

  • What is the difference between CTAP and ESG?

    ESG and other climate documents are key to monitoring corporate/municipal progress on GHG reduction and other environmental, social and governance targets. Using ESG, companies detail the targets they set, their emissions over time and the progress they are making towards these targets. Longer-term, strategic plans are identified. In contrast, CTAPs are short-term plans focused on specific goals. Although they may be included in ESG reports, they should be seen as complementary and more specific. ESG reports serve as the cornerstone for CTAPs

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