GHG reporting adds up
The benefits of greenhouse-gas (GHG) reporting are much greater than the government claims they are, says a new report highlighting the flaws in the impact assessment (IA) that accompanied Defra's recent consultation on corporate GHG reporting.According to research commissioned by the Aldersgate Group, the Co-operative Group, Christian Aid and WWF, the IA overestimated the total costs of mandatory carbon reporting for large companies by up
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