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Dear Friends and Colleagues of the GHG Protocol,
The first issue of 2008 is full of noteworthy updates. In a nutshell, the GHG Protocol is planning to develop new greenhouse gas accounting standards for supply chain/life-cycle emissions. WRI and WBCSD also led efforts to organize China’s first workshop for Chinese cement companies to measure CO2 emissions using the GHG Protocol. The long-awaited update of the calculation tools are nearing completion, and GHG programs in both India and Brazil are expected to be launched this spring. As always, we welcome any feedback you may have.
The WRI and WBCSD GHG Protocol Team
WRI is pleased to welcome Neelam Singh, who joins the GHG Protocol team as an Associate. Prior to joining WRI, Neelam worked as an environmental scientist with Potomac-Hudson Engineering (PHE), a private environmental and information technology consulting firm. At PHE, she initiated efforts to develop a company-wide greenhouse gas inventory, helped in the production of environmental impact statements for energy projects such as the FutureGen initiative, and supported environmental compliance projects. Before that, Neelam spent over four years as a research associate with the New Delhi-based Centre for Science and Environment’s (CSE) climate change campaign. During this time, she wrote analytical articles and briefing papers on climate change policy, international negotiations, flexibility mechanisms and impacts of climate change to initiate dialogue and inform policy debates. Neelam has also served as a short-term consultant with the World Bank, conducting research for various capacity building programs.
Neelam has an undergraduate degree in Physics from Delhi University and a Masters in International Development Studies with a specialization in Environment Studies from Ohio University.
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