Special report: GHG management and reporting - a view from the front
Environment and sustainability professionals fulfil an essential role in helping the transition to a green, low carbon economy. They deliver energy and emission reductions and build a culture of change across organisations. Launched this week (from 4 October) IEMA's Special Report on GHG Management & Reporting* captures the views and experiences of these practising professionals. Here IEMA's Nick Blyth presents a picture of GHG management and reporting activity in 2010, along with some of the key challenges and opportunities moving forward.In response to our major survey this year, IEMA members indicate an encouragingly high level of activity on carbon and GHG reduction by organisations, with two-thirds of respondents citing this as a l
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