Advisory and Sustainability


In 2015, the UN adopted 17 sustainable development goals affecting all aspects of our lives from climate change to the fight against poverty.

Today, responsible companies have already integrated sustainability goals into their business strategy which attract the attention of customers and investors.

Nowadays one of the main employees´ conditions for customer loyalty has become a responsible attitude to the environment.

The new Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) and Green Deal requires companies to report on the impact of corporate activities on the environment and society and requires the audit (assurance) of reported information. The purpose of the Green Deal is to make Europe the first climate-neutral continent by 2050.


Make sustainability an intrinsic part of your business strategy!

At KKP we are ready to help our customers and new contacts with this, besides the achievements we do in our own value chain.


Relevant actions towards a net zero economy:

  1. Improving environmental performance in a targeted way with our ESG responsibilities to pursue the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement by implementing KKP’s Supplier Code of Conduct
  2. Develop a corporate greenhouse gas emissions inventory, incorporating scope 1, scope 2, and scope 3 emissions by creating a sustainability supplier questionnaire for our producers in order to involve them in climate actions and empower them to make sustainable choices.
  3. Reducing carbon footprint and impact on climate change and in the long-term making the transition to a net zero economy. We calculated our companies’
     for scopes 1 and 2 GHG Emission Inventory.

By integrating these actions into operations and corporate culture to our and our producers’
 KKP Adviser & Produktion can contribute to the global effort to achieve a net-zero economy while providing value to their customers and stakeholders.

KKP Adviser & Produktion´s sustainability work is part of futureproofing and developing our business.


Why CSRD is important?

The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) is important because it promotes transparency, accountability, and responsible business practices, while also aligning with global sustainability efforts and helping stakeholders make informed decisions. 

What do we offer?


KKP Adviser & Produktion helps to implement sustainability reporting and sourcing improvements for Danish SMEs.

Investors and customers are asking for it and new requirements via the CSRD directive is coming from the EU.


The green data strategy

Sustainability strategy to reduce CO2 emissions and accelerate value creation in the supply chain. Sustainability strategy to reduce CO2 emissions and accelerate value creation in the supply chain. We use baseline analysis and sustainability data to implement better sourcing.


ESG gap analysis

Gap analysis and review of where you need to focus your work with sourcing data required in the CSRD directive. We provide the necessary hands-on expertise and help handle the relations with suppliers well.


ESG risks assessment

Assessment of current ESG risks in the supply chain of your company. We support you to understand what is important and keep one step ahead of regulations and mitigate risks.


Supply chain analysis

Data gathering and calculation of scope 3 emissions for documentation purposes and emission improvements. We help understand where your company ‘stands’ with its current value chain, and we help benchmarking suppliers.


By offering these services and expertise, KKP Advisor & Production can play a crucial role in helping producers and clients reduce their environmental footprint, improve sustainability performance, and contribute to a more sustainable and responsible future.

The CSRD will be implemented in three phases, according to the EU

From 1st January 2025 for enterprises >250 employees (in general). Reporting in 2026 for the financial year 2025.

From 1st January 2024 for enterprises >500 employees (in general). Reporting in 2025 for the financial year 2024.

From 1st January 2026 for listed SMEs. Reporting in 2027 for the financial year 2026. Opt-out option until 2028 based on the data from 2026.