ISO 14064-1 – Carbon Emissions Training

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This course provides the basic knowledge and understanding to help organisations quantify and manage their greenhouse gas emissions. It reviews the ISO 14064-1 requirements for determining GHG emission boundaries, quantifying an organisation’s GHG emissions and removals and identifying specific company actions or activities aimed at improving GHG management. It also includes requirements and guidance on inventory quality management, reporting, internal auditing and the organisation responsibilities in verification activities. The course also reviews how the requirements of ISO 14064-1 relate to existing GHG schemes and other key protocols and standards, including ISO 14001 and the World Resources Institute / World Business Council on Sustainable Development Greenhouse Gas Protocol.

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This course is designed for attendees who need a foundation course in carbon emissions footprinting (measurement). This course will enhance your knowledge and CV in this rapidly expanding area of carbon emissions.

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2 days

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Attendees at this course will learn the essentials of GHG management and carbon performance. This course will provide the attendee with an excellent knowledge and understanding of ISO 14064-1 to facilitate quantification and management of your carbon footprint and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

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Learn how to measure your organisations carbon footprint using ISO 14064 – 1. The course breaks the subject down into five key areas.

  1. Introduction to GHG inventories
  2. ISO 14064-1 and GHG protocol
  3. GHG management handbook
  4. GHG information management system
  5. Case Study


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