• Into the lead: mandatory carbon reporting takes shape

    Mandatory carbon reporting will change the reporting landscape for large firms. What is required and how will it affect corporate behaviour?

  • The challenges of setting up carbon reporting

    ENDS looks at best practice in setting up a future-proofed mandatory carbon reporting scheme for new entrants and longstanding reporters

  • Voluntary reporting still needed

    Even with mandatory carbon reporting in the UK, there will be plenty of work left for voluntary reporting schemes for the foreseeable future

  • Double jeopardy: navigating through regulatory overlap

    Different methodologies and overlap with mandatory schemes will make companies’ carbon reporting challenging for some time

  • Who will win from new carbon reporting rules?

    Companies that supply carbon management services will be among the winners from the new mandatory carbon requirements

  • Diageo: carbon reporting helps firm make absolute emission cuts

  • Tui Travel: reporting aviation’s efforts to cut carbon intensity

  • National Grid: carbon reporting drives innovation


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