Compliance and Reporting

We offer a comprehensive suite of compliance services designed to ensure that your sustainability efforts are aligned with the most esteemed standards in the field.

Our compliance offerings serve as your compass, guiding you through the intricacies of reporting, accountability, and responsible business practices. With Net Zero Pro as your partner, you’ll not only meet compliance requirements but also elevate your sustainability strategy to new heights, driving positive change within your organization and beyond.

At Net Zero Pro, we offer comprehensive reporting solutions, Our services ensure that your organization seamlessly complies with international standards and guidelines, providing a structured and transparent approach to reporting on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance.

With our support, you can navigate the complexities of respective reporting, presenting a clear and accurate picture of your sustainability initiatives to stakeholders and the wider public.

Trust Net Zero Pro for a reliable and efficient reporting experience that aligns with global sustainability standards.


GRI (Global Reporting Initiative)

Enables transparency and dialogue, over 25 years old, independent organisation. Reports according to sector (eg. coal, oil gas, agri) and topic (eg. energy, waste, labour, indigenous people). Most widely used sustainability reporting standard globally, and has a global presence.


SASB (Sustainability Accounting Standards Board)

Disclose relevant sustainability information to investors. Regarding the financial effects of sustainability and how risks/opportunities can affect cash flows. Industry based. Looks at sustainability issues most related to investor decision-making. Global investors recognise SASB Standards as essential requirements for companies seeking to make consistent and comparable sustainability disclosures”. 


SDG (UN Sustainable Development Goals)

17 goals, according to the UN, with regards to environmental, economic, and social elements. Not a formal compliance standard but a framework against which actions can be mapped to ensure that they meet their target goals, and contribute to this broader, global outcome. 

CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project)

Global environmental disclosure system for companies, cities, states, and regions, to manage risk on climate change, deforestation, water security (lifted straight from their website). Scores its customers based on their environmental performance. “Leverage investor pressure to influence corporate disclosure on environmental impact”. Not for profit charity. 



Accurate and timely disclosure from companies, for financial markets to accurately price them based on climate change risk. Financial risks and opportunities related to climate change will become part of companies’ risk management and strategic planning process. Adoption by companies in both financial and non-financial sectors. 



Mandatory for top 1000 listed companies in India according to SEBI. Successor of the BRR, and requires compliance according to a set of environmental, social, and governance standards. Encourages transparency and adoption of sustainable practices. A way of ensuring that investors have access to a company’s sustainability behaviour. Companies can also demonstrate their sustainability commitments and performance.

CSRD (Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive)

CSRD stands for Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive. It is a recently released requirement for companies headquartered in the European Union and expands the scope of the Non-Financial Reporting Disclosure (NFRD). It provides a consolidated and comprehensive set of guidelines for companies to improve their disclosure regarding their environmental, social, and governance performance.

SEC (United States Securities and Exchange Commission)

The SEC or the United States Securities and Exchange Commission has put forth rules that require climate-related disclosures to be done by their registrants. This includes information and about climate-related risks, an assessment of their own GHG emissions, and climate-related financial statements.

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