Response to GHG reporting consultation
IEMA has responded to Defra's consultation exercise on whether regulations should be introduced to make it mandatory for certain UK companies to report on their greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions.As widely reported over the past year, IEMA supports a mandatory reporting requirement for all large companies – option 3 in Defra’s consultation – and has now submitted a response, which draws on dir
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