Salesforce AI Innovations Boost ESG Reporting in Net Zero Cloud

Powered by Einstein, Net Zero Cloud’s generative AI capabilities will suggest reliable, auto-generated responses for ESG reports – Salesforce Net Zero Enhancements

CSRD Report Builder automates reporting, and Materiality Assessment empowers ESG managers to identify most relevant ESG topics 

Global sports brand Rossignol Group uses Net Zero Cloud to track its carbon footprint; joins with commitment to plant 100,000 trees

Today at Dreamforce 2023, Salesforce unveiled new Einstein features for Net Zero Cloud to make corporate environmental, social, and governance (ESG) reporting easier for companies as they navigate a rapidly evolving regulatory landscape. 

Beginning in 2024, approximately 50,000 companies — including many large, multinationals based in the United States — must comply with the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD). This includes disclosing both climate-related financial risks and societal impact, along with scope 3 or the emissions generated by a company’s supply chain.

The company also introduced two new capabilities for Net Zero Cloud — CSRD Report Builder and Materiality Assessment. The Report Builder automates CSRD report generation, and Materiality Assessment helps organizations determine what is material – both to their business and broader societal impact, the “double materiality” assessment that is a requirement of CSRD.

Integrate a complete sustainability management solution into your organization

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