An October 1 study by the Carbon Disclosure Project found that 115 of the 200 largest Canadian companies disclose carbon performances, up from 107 respondents last year. Canada 200 Climate Change Report 2013 also found that the average disclosure score rose 18 percent since 2012. Scope 1 and Scope 2 greenhouse gas emissions rose 8 percent over the past year to 231 MT, but since the increase of companies that reported both years was only 3 percent, the increase is linked to companies reporting for the first time.
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