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Five Steps to Comply with the Taxonomy Regulation

Five Steps to Comply with the Taxonomy Regulation


Through the European Green Deal, EU aims to improve the well-being and health of citizens, make Europe climate-neutral by 2050, and protect, conserve, and enhance EU’s natural capital and biodiversity. Reaching these goals require a financial system that is more sustainable than it is today as EU aims to channel private investment into the transition to a climate neutral, climate resilient, resource-efficient, and fair economy. The EU’s Sustainable Finance package is one of the instruments of the EU Commission for delivering the policy objectives defined under the European Green Deal, and for delivering on EU’s international commitments on climate and sustainability.

To accommodate the need for a more sustainable finance sector, EU released the EU Taxonomy Regulation on the 12th of July 2020. The EU Taxonomy Regulation and EU’s Sustainable Finance Strategy was strengthened with the release of the Sustainable Finance Package on the 21st of April 2021. The package included, among others, the release of the EU Taxonomy Climate Delegated Act and a proposal for a Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive which revises the NFRD.

The EU Taxonomy is a robust and science-based tool for companies and investors that provides criteria for determining which economic activities substantially contributes to the Green Deal objectives. The criteria also provide a common language that allows companies and investors to communicate credibly about green activities and assist the transition to a low-carbon economy.

Reach and maintain compliance with EU’s Taxonomy Regulation in a constantly moving situation

We have published a comprehensive and concise free whitepaper that helps your company reach and maintain compliance with EU’s Taxonomy Regulation in a constantly moving situation.

Do you want to know what the EU’s Taxonomy Regulation implicates and who are affected by it? Are you curious about the current timeline and what requirements apply to your company? These are just some of the questions our whitepaper answers as well as presenting the five steps to meet the requirements!

You can download our whitepaper here!

Ecobio helps meet the Taxonomy Requirements

Do you need expert help? Do you consider software solutions? Ecobio’s sustainability experts familiar with the Taxonomy requirements and experts in EHS requirements will help your company meet the expectations of the Taxonomy Regulation. Ecobio’s sustainable finance services helps you to identify your sustainable economic activities and report your alignment with the Taxonomy. Read more about our services regarding Sustainable Finance here!

With Ecobio Manager legislation compliance tool, companies can assess compliance with the do-no-significant-harm requirements and minimum safeguards as well as follow up on relevant legislation development. Read more about Ecobio Manager here!

Do you want to hear more? Kindly contact us:

Katrine Hoset

Account Manager, Senior Consultant


+358 (0)20 756 2306

Text: Katrine Hoset & Emma Björkqvist

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