Over 50,000 companies must soon comply. Jupiter physical climate risk analytics help you prepare today.

Wednesday, June 26, 2024
4PM CET / 10AM ET / 7AM PT

The implementation of the EU's Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) is in full swing, and many companies have already started to prepare for the first round of reporting deadlines next year.

The CSRD is a landmark regulation that will transform the way companies must report about, and stand by, their sustainability goals in the EU and beyond. These new regulations will apply to more than 50,000 companies by 2026, as the CSRD asks for diligent reporting on the major pillars of sustainability across Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) aspects.

Whilst the CSRD is the directive to mandate the reporting, it is the accompanying set of European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) that really provide guidance on how and what to report on exactly. One concept that stands out is the introduction of a double materiality assessment. Double materiality is the first framework that puts impact materiality (i.e. the impact a company has on the environment and society) at the same level of importance as the financial materiality (i.e. how environment or climate change can impact a company negatively).

Jupiter, the trusted leader in physical climate risk data, will help you understand these reporting requirements, with focus on the double materiality assessment in the context of physical climate risk.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • What the CSRD is, and how the ESRS are structured

  • Who needs to disclose under the CSRD, and when

  • What you need to know about the double materiality assessment

  • What physical climate risk data is needed for CSRD reporting—and how to use it

  • When and how to get started to meet the rapidly approaching CSRD deadlines

Register today!


Elisa Seith

Principal Solutions Consultant


Megan Arnold

Regulatory Intelligence Manager