Determine your reporting requirements with the Carbon Legislation Tracker
Discover the mandatory reporting requirements, voluntary frameworks, and industry guidelines that apply to your business.
Carbon reporting legislation is expanding rapidly across the world. It’s tricky for businesses to stay on top of, and getting it wrong can result in harm to a business’s reputation – or even bring legal consequences.
That’s why we’re now launching the free Carbon Legislation Tracker: to help businesses stay compliant with carbon legislation in the EU, UK, and US.
How it works
Using the Carbon Legislation Tracker is as simple as answering five quick questions about your business’s situation. Then, the Carbon Legislation Tracker shows you your results across:
- Mandatory reporting requirements
- Voluntary reporting frameworks
- Industry-specific guidelines
- Consumer trends
The Carbon Legislation Tracker is continuously updated to deliver a real-time snapshot of the legislative environment.
Why is carbon reporting important?
Carbon reporting is, for many companies, legally mandated – and the number of businesses covered will expand even further in the next few years.
Businesses that don’t comply risk hefty fines, reputational harm, and lawsuits. Additionally, non-compliant businesses may face the loss of government contracts, formal bids, or proposal requests.
Carbon reporting is both a requirement & an opportunity
But in addition to being a legal requirement, carbon reporting is also an opportunity.
Businesses, consumers, and investors have increasing demands for sustainable businesses. Meeting this demand, and proving it by going public with their results, allows companies to entice consumers, funding, and talent.
The Carbon Legislation Tracker can help your business navigate the dizzying landscape of existing and upcoming regulations, minimize business risk, and meet demand – keeping you compliant and competitive.