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Greenhouse Gas Accounting and Reporting Series: Basics (Session 1/3)

Greenhouse Gas Accounting

Monday, November 9, 2020
12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.


Amir Nosrat; Sylvie Trottier


This event is free


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About the event

Series Overview

Over the past decades, several Greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting and reporting standards and frameworks have evolved. These standards are being increasingly used by countries, cities, companies and even individuals to measure and track their environmental impact. 

This Learning Lab series will focus on GHG Accounting and Reporting from a corporate and asset manager’s point of view. 

Reasons to attend
  • Understand the landscape of carbon emissions regulations, accounting and reporting standards 

  • Familiarize yourself with the terminology used in the space 

  • Understand organizational carbon accounting using GHG Protocol 

  • Learn how to quantify carbon footprint using coefficients of emissions and operational data 


Be part of the Greenhouse Gas Accounting and Reporting Series: Basics— Greenhouse Gas Accounting! 


  • Professionals from all sectors, with an interest in the topic.

About the speakers

Amir Nosrat, Senior Consultant, CCG

Sylvie Trottier, Senior Climate Change Analyst

Upcoming learning labs in this series

November 11, 2020 — Greenhouse Gas Accounting and Reporting Series: Intermediate — Greenhouse Gas Reporting and Data

November 13, 2020 — Greenhouse Gas Accounting and Reporting Series: Specialized — Workshop

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