The Corporate Emissions Reduction Transparency (CERT) report is a voluntary initiative for eligible companies to present a snapshot of their climate-related commitments, progress and net emissions position. It presents this all in one place, using a standardised framework. The CERT report is released annually and it is being undertaken as a pilot in this first year.
An overview of the purpose of the report.
Key highlights of the data and information included in this year's report.
Guidance on how to understand company CERT reports.
Definitions of terminology used throughout the report.
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