Aimed at companies who as of 2013 are mandated to include GHG emissions in the annual ‘Strategic Report’ (formerly the ‘Business Review’) of a company to be used to hold companies to account for their activities.
Mandatory GHG reporting is now a regulation for all quoted companies registered on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange (LSE), NYSE or NASDAQ. Organisations must now measure and report all greenhouse gas emissions in their annual Strategic Report.
Companies officially listed on the LSE; companies with official European Economic Area listing; or companies who deal on the New York Stock Exchange or NASDAQ must now include all GHG emissions in the annual ‘Strategic Report’ (formerly the ‘Business Review’).
Greenhouse Gas emissions are to be reported on in the annual ‘Strategic Report’ to be used as a tool for stakeholders to hold companies to account.
What do I need to do to comply with mandatory carbon reporting?
GHG reporting requires companies to report on Carbon emissions for the period corresponding with a company’s financial year.
The reporting is to include the Kyoto six greenhouse gas emissions and when calculating the emissions the methodology is to include the following standards:
- GHG Protocol
- ISO 14064-1
We can help!
As experts in both producer compliance, carbon management and GHG reporting we are ideally positioned to ensure UK businesses are 100% compliant with the mandatory carbon reporting regulations of the Climate Change Act.
Our Carbon Manager will work with companies to identify all emissions to be reported and will complete the reporting on behalf of a company, removing the hassle and ensuring peace of mind.
If you are interested in finding out more about the Mandatory Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Reporting please do not hesitate to get in touch.