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This two-day course is aimed at individuals who manage their organisation’s carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions. The course is structured to deliver the latest information regarding greenhouse gas emissions accounting and management, and focuses on the following areas:
- Background to climate change
- Developing a carbon accounting system
- Managing greenhouse gas emissions
- Options for reducing greenhouse gas emissions
On completion of the course, delegates should be equipped not only to develop carbon accounting systems and quantify their organisation’s footprints, but also to communicate effectively the imperative for reducing the emissions of greenhouse gases.
The course will include an update on the consultation on the draft Greenhouse Gas Emissions (Directors’ Reports) Regulations 2013, which will require mandatory reporting by large companies.
The content of this course covers:
- Mechanisms of anthropogenic climate change
- Economic and socio-political drivers
- Greenhouse gases and their primary sources
- Standards and protocols
- Greenhouse gas reporting
- Industry and commerce greenhouse gas/carbon dioxide emissions
- Quantifying greenhouse gas emissions
- Carbon dioxide emission factors
- Producing a carbon footprint
- Using an EMS for emissions accounting and management
- Generic energy use and carbon dioxide emission reduction methods
- Process control and modification to reduce emissions
- Opportunities for using renewable energy
- Greenhouse gas/carbon emissions management programmes
- Developing a greenhouse gas/carbon management strategy
- Carbon offsetting and trading
Next planned course
- 17th – 18th September in London (venue TBC).
£750 plus VAT (price includes lunch). Confirmed bookings received with payment more than 30 days in advance of a course will qualify for a £100 discount.
Book a place
Please use the form below to book a place.
If you require any further information, please contact Laura Bee on the below phone number or email address.
Tel: +44 (0)115 965 6700
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