The NSRS Entry Level Implementation tool is now available in various Nordic languages – helping you report on sustainability more effectively.
You can now choose to download the NSRS Entry Level Implementation tool in Norwegian, Swedish, and Finnish – and in English. Reporting in your preferred language can be more efficient and enjoyable. It can also help you to better understand and retain the information.
Reporting in your preferred language is beneficial for various reasons. Here's why it's advantageous:
• Comprehension: Reading in your native or preferred language is usually easier to understand. You're more likely to comprehend the text. This facilitates better absorption of information.
• Efficiency: Reporting in your native or preferred language is typically faster because you don't need to translate words or phrases mentally.
• Deeper understanding: Reading in your own or preferred language allows for a deeper and more nuanced understanding of the content.
• Retaining Information: Reporting in your own or preferred language can enhance your ability to retain and recall information.
Why should SMEs report on sustainability?
NSRS Entry Level is tailored for small and medium-sized businesses. The standard has been developed so that everyone - even the smallest companies - can get started with sustainability reporting and ensure a competitive sustainable transition.
Small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) should report on sustainability for several important reasons. Standardized sustainability reporting facilitates access to capital, meets stakeholder expectations and supply chain requirements, mitigates risks, and enables SMEs to compete effectively in a changing business environment, all while contributing to a more sustainable and responsible global economy.
Why is a standard for sustainability reporting necessary?
The NSRS is essential for promoting transparency, comparability, consistency, and accountability in an organization's ESG efforts. It supports better decision-making, risk management, and the drive for continuous improvement while meeting the expectations of various stakeholders.