Preparing for Mandatory Carbon Reporting

12th June 2013

Background - In June 2012 Government announced that GHG reporting would become mandatory for UK quoted companies (c1,100), and potentially broadened to all large companies by 2016

  • Draft GHG regulations were announced on 25 July- consultation closed 17 October 2012
  • Regulations are expected to be laid before Parliament in May 2013
  • Regulations due to come into effect as legal requirement in 2013

This webinar will help you to understand and prepare for GHG reporting, following Government’s decision to implement a mandatory GHG reporting requirement on all UK quoted companies from 2013. Presentations will include:

An outline of the main GHG reporting requirements and update on forthcoming guidance – Carla Hopkins, Defra.

A case study and leading perspective on preparing for GHG reporting with considerations from practice - Bekir Andrews, Balfour Beatty

Further organisational considerations on GHG reporting - KPMG

Closing comments and Q+A - Nick Blyth, IEMA

This webinar is jointly hosted by the Institute for Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) and the Institute of Chartered Accountants England and Wales (ICAEW).

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