Are businesses ready for mandatory carbon reporting?

Jessica Shankleman
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New reports confirm large corporates are embracing carbon reporting standards

More than two thirds of the FTSE 350 are ready to meet new mandatory carbon reporting regulations that are due to come into effect next year, while over three quarters of mid-sized firms are also committed...

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