In this webinar, we will explore the main Green House Gas (GHG) emission sources in work environments (commercial, industrial, etc.) and link these emissions with its unit of measure, the tonne of CO2 equivalent. We will then discuss the reasons and principles behind the quantification of those GHG emissions. Whether they are regulatory or voluntary, the different approaches will be explained with examples of reduction strategies and projects.
This webinar will also explore some of the main Canadian programs, such as SDTC and explore some provincial programs like the Québec’s RDOCÉCA. We will also provide an overview of the main international standards and their requirements, such as the ISO standards 14064 parts 1, 2 and 3, 14065, 14067 and GHG Protocol. The final topic discussed is reduction targets, what they represent, how to determine one realistically and what a reduction plan should contain to reach these targets.
Who’s this webinar for?
- Anyone responsible for GHG reporting at the provincial or federal level within a company or organization.
- Anyone producing voluntary declarations.
- Anyone involved in the transaction of carbon credits in a regulated or voluntary market.
- Anyone looking for an eco-responsible certification and wishing to do their part in the global strategy against climate change by undertaking a voluntary declaration process.