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Mandatory Carbon Reporting 2012

By on January 22, 2013

6Nov 2012
All companies listed on the main market of the London Stock Exchange will have to report their greenhouse gas emissions from April 2013. The UK is the first country to make it compulsory for companies to include emissions data for their entire organisation in their annual financial reports. Reporting GHG emissions is the first vital step towards reductions but, at the same time, provides businesses with great opportunities for cost savings.

Companies:
Attend to find out what you have to report, how to do it and the potential costs and benefits. Identify the key opportunities to save money and avoid financial penalties so that you can give a boost to your bottom line.

Investors:
Attend to understand the new opportunities and risks facing companies in your portfolio. Identify the likely winners and losers from mounting pressures to reduce carbon emissions.

Top-level speaking organisations include:

Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Microsoft, The Carbon Disclosure Project, Marks & Spencer, British Airways, Herbert Smith, Ecometrica, CCLA, FTSE Group, WHEB Asset Management, AEA, Trucost, World Business Council for Sustainable Development
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