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Provides background/introduction to reducing your organizationís carbon footprint through greenhouse gas projects.
CANCELLATION/SUBSTITUTION AND TRANSFER POLICIES
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In this second of a 3-part suite of GHG courses, participants will:
This course provides a background and introduction to greenhouse gas projects - projects that reduce emissions (such as alternative energy projects) or enhance emissions removal (such as forestry projects). The course reviews the requirements of ISO 14064-2, including principles and requirements for: determining project baselines, monitoring, quantifying and reporting project performance, validation and verification requirements.
Additionally, the course explores the linkages between ISO 14064-2 and other GHG protocol, such as the WBCSD/WRI Protocol for projects and the Voluntary Carbon Standard. Potential linkages with the Clean Development Mechanism will also be discussed.
Credibility -On behalf of Standards Council of Canada (SCC), CSA group administers the International Secretariat of ISO/TC207/SC7 on GHG Management and related activities. This international committee is†responsible for the development of the ISO 14064 series of standards on Greenhouse gases and CSA Group's role and leadership is fundamental to ensure that these standards are up to date and meet the needs of the various stakeholders.
Practical Experience - CSA group administers comprehensive Greenhouse Gas registry programs, and is currently acting in this capacity for the Province of Alberta, Canada.