Firms need to get ready for reporting
One-third of the UK's top 350 firms still need to put in place systems to capture and report their emissions data ahead of the introduction of mandatory greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions reporting next yearThe latest findings from the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) on reporting by companies in the FTSE350 index reveals that currently 64% include GHG emissions data in their financial reports, leaving 36
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