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Some large UK businesses will have to start disclosing their environmental impact, under new rules set to be brought in by the chancellor.
The requirements will also apply to investment products and pension schemes.
It Comes ahead of November's COP26 meeting in Glasgow, where world leaders will discuss their climate commitments.
Experts say the UK, which is hosting The Event , is
Boris Johnson has pledged to cut emissions by 78% by 2035, compared with 1990 levels.
The Treasury said the new sustainability disclosure requirements (SDR) mean an investment product will now have to set out the environmental impact of the activities it finances.
In addition, a company's sustainability claims will have to be justified " clearly" and their net zero transition plans properly set out.
The aim is to combat " greenwashing" where firms make misleading claims about their environmental commitments.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak said: " We want sustainability to be a key component of investment decisions, and our plans will arm investors with The Right information to make more environmentally-led decisions. "
It is unclear when The Rules will come in, or what will happen to firms that do not comply. Details of the specific reporting requirements will only be developed after a public consultation.'Positive step'
" While new green finance is vital, stopping money going into environmentally destructive investments is key. The upcoming spending review is an opportunity for the chancellor to apply the same rules for public spending, " he added.
Rain Newton-Smith, chief economist at the Confederation of British Industry, said greater clarity on environmental impact " will help investors channel finance into projects that are aligned with net zero targets and will reduce carbon emissions across our economy".
But Heather Mckay from E3G, an independent Climate Change Think Tank , told The Bbc the Government would need to send clear signals about " what is green and what is not" to ensure companies really change how they operate.
She Said this would be a " crucial step" to tackling greenwashing.
Without The Right information available, Jessica Fries, chairman of Accounting for Sustainability said that investors and pension funds have made decisions " in the dark".
" As a global centre of finance, it will be important that the recommendations align with emerging requirements globally, " Ms Fries added.