Frank Bold contributed to new report on the transformation of European electricity grid

Laura Otýpková

Frank Bold participated in the preparation of a new report examining the changes underway in the European energy sector and the need to modernize electricity grids to accommodate more renewable energy sources with emphasis on Central and Eastern Europe (CEE).

The report, led by Climate Action Network Europe, finds that aging electricity infrastructure in Central and Eastern Europe is limiting the integration of renewable power like wind and solar. About a third of Europe’s low voltage grid is over 40 years old and often unable to handle two-way power flows from distributed energy resources. This...

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Sarah Chenoun

Multistakeholder Statement in Reaction to the ISSB's 2-year Work Plan

The International Sustainability Standards Board is presenting in London this Tuesday the work plan for the upcoming two years, including research projects to develop standards for companies’ reporting on biodiversity and human capital. In reaction to this, we publish a statement signed by a group of civil society, investor and corporate associations namely B Lab Global, Eurosif, ECOS, Frank Bold,

Sarah Chenoun

Final approval from EU ministers to Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence writes responsible business conduct into European law

Brussels/Brno - Today, national ministers responsible for internal market and industry voted in favour of the first reading position adopted by the European Parliament in April 2024. This approval by the Council of the EU brings to a successful close the legislative journey of the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD), which will now become law.

Daniel Torán

Sustainable value chains: European Parliament gives final endorsement to Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive

Brussels/Brno - Four months after the announcement of a political agreement by negotiators from the European Parliament and the Council of the EU, and after a severe reduction of the number of companies covered last March, the Eu

Julia Otten

Sustainable value chains: EU Council finds agreement on a common EU standard despite bitter concessions

Brussels/Brno - Today, the Council of the EU approved a watered-down version of the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD).

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