Defra urged to close GHG reporting loophole
The government's proposed regulations mandating greenhouse-gas (GHG) reporting for businesses need to be clearer on reporting scope two emissions, says IEMAIn its formal response to Defra’s consultation on the draft GHG Reporting Regulations, IEMA has warned that there is a potential loophole where emissions between companies could be missed. At the sa
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