How to catch up with mandatory carbon reporting

Jessica Shankleman

New government rules requiring all listed companies to report their greenhouse gas emissions come into effect today - but is the market ready?

British businesses may one day look back on October 1 2013 as a turning point on the road towards greater responsibility. Today marks the first time all UK quoted firms will be forced to report annually...

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