ESG – green transformation of industry
What is ESG?
ESG is an acronym for Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance, meaning Environment, Social and Corporate Governance. Each of these three terms therefore stands for one of a group of factors that should be implemented in business operations so that they are sustainable.
The agreed CSRD introduces mandatory reporting of ESG issues by all companies, both public and private. Those with more than 250 employees will be required to prepare a non-financial report as early as 2023. And at a later stage, the regulations will cover all listed companies with more than 10 employees.
Take part in workshops and meetings on ESG
Supporting the Industrial Upland
The Lublin Industrial Upland is preparing a package of activities aimed at building awareness of emerging challenges, as well as supporting the transformation of ongoing manufacturing activities. In the environmental dimension by addressing the needs of energy efficiency and reducing emissions of pollutants, including greenhouse gases. In the area of social responsibility and business ethics, we are supporting concern for the communities around the company and its employees by, among other things, ensuring equal pay for the same positions regardless of gender and other characteristics of the individual, respecting labor rights, data security and protection, as well as combating inequality or conducting responsible policies for suppliers. The transformation of its corporate governance activities includes, among other things, transparent executive compensation, respect for shareholder rights, tax transparency, and anti-corruption.