Is the carbon reporting delay putting your business under pressure?

Is the carbon reporting delay putting your business under pressure?
Mandatory reporting on greenhouse gas emissions was expected to come into force next month - but the Government has failed to reach a decision on this. How is the uncertainty affecting your business?
It's proving costly and bureaucratic for us
It's frustrating, but they need to scrap CRC first
It's not having much of an impact

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