All businesses may have to report carbon emissions

New government body will consider EU’s proposal to extend to all companies the requirement of reporting carbon emissions

21st February, 2021
All businesses may have to report carbon emissions
Robert Troy: the Department of Enterprise would establish a forum of businesses and non-governmental organisations to discuss the proposal

The mandatory reporting of carbon emissions for all companies in Ireland is set to be considered by a new government body.

Robert Troy, the minister of state with responsibility for company law, has said the Department of Enterprise would establish a forum of businesses and non-governmental organisations to discuss the proposal.

Troy said he expected the European Commission to publish a proposed revision to the Non-Financial Reporting Directive (NFRD) in the next few weeks. The...

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