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Investor sign-on letter for EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDD)

21 members

The CSDD proposal introduces mandatory environmental and human rights due diligence for large financial and non-financial companies (both EU and non-EU), as well requirements on transition plans, executive remuneration and director’s duties. This sign on letter will support our policy engagement to ensure an effective and ambitious final CSDD.

Collaboration details

The CSDD proposal introduces mandatory environmental and human rights due diligence for large financial and non-financial companies (both EU and non-EU), as well requirements on transition plans, executive remuneration and director’s duties. Negotiations in Parliament and Council imply that there is a risk that the final directive will be neither ambitious nor effective for responsible investors. Therefore, PRI, Eurosif, and the Investor Alliance for Human Rights are requesting signatures to this joint statement, which contains the key recommendations from PRI’s position paper published earlier this year.

The deadline to sign is 22nd November.

Objectives

Collect signatures for this joint statement to provide the responsible investor perspective to Parliamentary and Council negotiations on the CSDD.

Attachments
  • CSDD Investor sign on statement_vfinal_clean_0.pdf Download
Created on
ESG theme
  • Environment
  • Social
  • Governance
ESG sub-theme
  • Biodiversity and ecosystem services
  • Board-related issues
  • Climate Change
  • Deforestation
  • Environment
  • Human rights & inequality
  • Labour standards / Forced labour / Non-discrimination
  • Oceans / seafood
  • Remuneration
  • Supply chain (E)
  • Supply Chain (S)
Sustainable Development Goal
  • 8 - Decent work & economic growth
  • 10 - Reduced inequalities
  • 12 - Responsible consumption & production
  • 14 - Life below water
  • 15 - Life on land
Geography
  • Global
Asset class
All