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the disclosure parts of the framework there have been seven additions. In respect of the Basel III standards ... participate in assess ments of the consistency of domestic rules and supervisory practices in relation to the Basel standards (see ... yellow = adoption in process at least some draft regulation published( red); = adoption not ...
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standards and tools, and to promote their adoption in order to achieve a low emissions economy worldwide. The GHG Protocol has produced the following separate but complementary standards, protocols, and guidelines: • GHG Protocol Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard (2004): A standardized methodology for