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Designing greenhouse gas reporting systems: learning from existing programs

1st December 2013

Topic(s): Policy, law and regulation

This World Resources Institute working paper reviews corporate and facility-level mandatory reporting programs - from Australia, California, Canada, the European Union, France, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States - and identifies steps to implement a mandatory reporting program. The discussion is limited to mandatory programs requiring disclosure of GHG emissions (as opposed to voluntary reporting), and to facility and corporate level reporting (as opposed to national, regional, or city inventories).

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