This course provides a background and introduction to greenhouse gas projects. Projects that both reduce emissions (e.g. alternative energy systems) and enhance emission removals (e.g. forestry projects) are addressed. The course reviews the requirements of ISO 14064-2, including principles and requirements for determining project baselines, monitoring, quantifying and reporting project performance, and validation and verification requirements. The course also explores the linkages between ISO 14064-2 and other GHG protocols, such as the WRI/WBCSD GHG Protocol for projects and the Voluntary Carbon Standard. Potential linkages with the Clean Development Mechanism will also be discussed.
Who Should Attend
Individuals involved in the management of project GHG emissions, energy and environmental consultants, GHG validators and verifiers.
Key Course Objectives
This course looks at detail around reducing the environmental impact of organisations.
Attendees at this course will learn how to reduce their organisations carbon footprint and will get a good grounding in greenhouse gas projects using ISO 14064-2 .
The course breaks the subject down into eight key areas:
Introduction to GHG projects
ISO 14064 – 2 terms and definitions
Identifying sources, sinks, reservoirs
Determining the baseline scenario
Quantifying the baseline scenario
GHG monitoring and data management
Documenting and reporting
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