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Everything you need to know about the EU’s Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD) and how you can prepare

Earlier this year, the European Union finalized the draft of the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD), marking a significant step towards enforcing environmental and human rights standards among companies operating in EU markets.

The directive aims to streamline requirements for companies with operations in the EU, ensuring they adopt measures to identify, assess, prevent, and mitigate adverse human rights and environmental impact across their operations, subsidiaries, and business partners in their chain of activity.

These requirements will seem to put a mammoth task on already time and resource-constrained compliance teams, but you can get ahead of the curve by preparing for the changes in supply chain due diligence.

To figure out where to start, we've put together this guide.

What's inside:

  • Who is subject to the directive
  • Preparing for compliance with the requirements of the CSDDD
  • Leveraging the OECD due diligence guidelines framework
  • Implementation timeline of the directive
  • How you can start preparing for the directive

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