Understanding and managing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is foundational to reducing an organization’s footprint and managing its resource utilization and risks. This course will provide participants with an understanding of the value proposition for GHG management, fundamental accounting principles, disclosure, verification and reporting frameworks, and common practices for leveraging GHG data.

Learning Objectives

  • Understanding the value of conducting a GHG inventory
  • Accounting for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and understanding common protocols
  • Differentiating between common regulatory and voluntary reporting frameworks
  • Establishing boundaries for accounting and reporting
  • Collecting, measuring, reporting and disclosing GHG emissions
  • Leveraging GHG inventories to drive operational improvements/change
  • Verifying and improving inventory accuracy

Course Architects

  • Phil Duffy – Senior Advisor, U.S. Global Change Research Program, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  • Keith Adams – Environmental Manager, Climate Change, Air Products & Chemicals
  • Marco Buttazzoni – Fellow, Software Evaluation Services, Greenhouse Gas Management Institute
  • Thomas Day – Chief Sustainability Officer, U.S. Postal Service
  • Kealy Herman (Devoy) – Associate Consultant, Sustainability and Energy, WSP
  • Melanie Dickersbach – Environment and Climate Strategy Manager, Exelon Corporation
  • Michael Gillenwater – Dean, Greenhouse Gas Management Institute (GHGMI)
  • Tim Higgs – Environmental Engineer, Intel Corporation
  • Bryan Jacob – Chief Climate Coach, Climate Coach International LLC
  • Kate Swayne Wilson – GHG & Sustainability Reporting Practice Lead, Cadmus
  • Jay Wintergreen – Senior Associate, First Environment

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Screen Shots from the GHG-101 Online Course Module