The NFF’s 1 September 2009 submission puts a broader context around the carbon accounting issues faced by agriculture, particularly in light of the international community’s recognition that the Kyoto rules ability to underpin domestic mitigation policies for agriculture is limited.
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It is unclear how the policy intent that Scope 3 disclosures would represent ‘information that is available at the reporting date without undue cost or effort’ is reflected in-practice.
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