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Upcoming Opportunities to Provide Input on Mitigation Accounting Standards

WRI is continuing to develop two new standards for mitigation accounting through a global, multi-stakeholder process: the GHG Protocol Policies and Actions Standard and the GHG Protocol Mitigation Goals Standard. The new standards will help countries and sub-national jurisdictions measure GHG reductions achieved through policies and actions and track progress toward national and sub-national GHG reduction goals.

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January 2013 Webinar Training: GHG Protocol Corporate Value Chain (Scope 3) Standard

The GHG Protocol will be hosting an online training course on the Corporate Value Chain (Scope 3) Standard.

Dates: The webinar will take place January 8th, 9th, & 10st from 10:00 am to 1:30 pm EST (corresponding local times for some cities in additional time zones are given in the table below). Each day will have an interactive format including case studies and exercises.

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January 2013 Webinar Training: GHG Protocol Corporate Standard

The GHG Protocol will be hosting an online training course on the basics of the Corporate Standard, the most widely used standard for companies and organizations to measure and manage their GHG emissions. All GHG Protocol Corporate Standard Webinar Course attendees will receive a certificate of course completion after actively participating in all course sessions. The learning objectives for the course are available here.

November 2012 Webinar Training: GHG Protocol Corporate Standard

The GHG Protocol will be hosting an online training course on the Corporate Standard, the most widely used standard for companies and organizations to measure and manage their GHG emissions. All GHG Protocol Corporate Standard Webinar Course attendees will receive a certificate of course completion after actively participating in all course sessions. The learning objectives for the course are available here.

Financed Emissions Initiative - Financial Sector Guidance on GHG Accounting and GHG Risk Management

Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHGP) is partnering with UNEP Finance Initiative (UNEP FI) to develop guidance to its Corporate Value Chain (Scope 3) Standard for the financial sector. The guidance will help financial institutions better account for, report on and manage risks from financed Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions. The end product of this work will be two guidance documents: 1) guidance on accounting and reporting of financed emissions and 2) guidance on GHG-risk management for the financial sector.

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Workshop: Integrando Agropecuária aos Inventários Corporativos de GEE

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Inscreva-se agora e contribua para a próxima geração de ferramentas de gestão de gases de efeito estufa (GEE) relativa à agropecuária Brasileira. O GHG Protocol cordialmente lhe convida a participar do encontro cujo foco será ajudar no desenvolvimento de ferramentas (um protocolo de contabilização de GEE e um conjunto de fatores de emissão) específicas para o Brasil. Esperamos que possa participar e:

GHG Protocol-based sector guidance, product rules, calculation tools and programs

Approaches and branding guidelines to develop GHG Protocol-based sector guidance, product rules, calculation tools and programs

The GHG Protocol creates standards and tools that are applicable to any organization, company, and sector. Additional guidance or calculation tools that build upon the more general standards are developed by the GHG Protocol in response to user needs. However, other groups and organizations are also developing their own guidance and tools to support GHG Protocol Standards.

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Pilot a New SWOT Tool for Sustainability

As corporate leaders track and set more ambitious targets for reducing GHG emissions—and take a broader look at Scope 3 emissions—many are looking for a way to find new opportunities to collaborate (internally and externally). Starting this month, WRI is inviting companies to road test a new collaboration tool developed as part of the Next Practice Collaborative.

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