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The importance of being accurate

When it comes to carbon emissions accounting and climate reporting for your business, being accurate is critical. This article by Carbonhound breaks down the risks and potential repercussions of inaccurate reporting, how different methods of measuring your greenhouse gas emissions, and how businesses can take action towards high-integrity environmental reporting.

The importance of being accurate

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