Disappointment over delay on GHG reporting
Business and environment groups have criticised the government for further delaying a decision on whether to force companies to disclose their greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions in their annual reportsDefra’s announcement that ministers remain undecided on whether to introduce mandatory reporting was labelled disappointing and frustrating by the CBI and the Institute of Environmental Management and
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