Government urged to approve carbon reporting as decision day looms

Will Nichols
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Government must reveal policy today, while proposals to simplify much-criticised Carbon Reduction Commitment should also be published

Businesses are calling on the government to introduce long-awaited rules on mandatory emissions reporting today as they await to see how it plans to simplify the carbon tax regime. The government is...

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