Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting
What is mandatory Greenhouse Gas reporting?
Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting (known as GHG reporting) was introduced in 2013 to allow investors to incorporate emissions, energy and other resource efficiencies into their analyses and provide greater disclosure on quotable organisations environmental performance.
It requires that all UK quoted companies report on their greenhouse gas emissions in the Directors report section of the company annual report. GHG reporting affects all UK incorporated companies listed on the main market of:
- The London Stock Exchange (FTSE)
- European Economic Area Market
- New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)
- American/Canadian Stock Exchange (NASDAQ)
Which Greenhouse Gases do I need to report on?
Companies are required to report on the following Green House Gases:
- Carbon Dioxide CO2
- Methane CH4
- Nitrous Oxide N2O
- Hydrofluorocarbons HFCs
- Perfluorocarbons PFCs
- Sulphur Hexafluoride SF6
Our experts will support your company with all its mandatory GHG requirements and identify the environmental impact of your business activities in order to develop achievable monitoring, reporting and KPI driven mitigation strategies ensuring improved business performance.