Organizations are under unprecedented pressure to manage their carbon emissions, including the Western Climate Initiative. Managers need the skills to be able to make the right decisions for their organizations.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Anyone wishing to implement or expand a carbon strategy for their organization and those wishing to develop their carbon accounting and management knowledge and skills.
WHAT ARE THE KEY BENEFITS?
This two-day course will equip attendees with the skills to manage the impact of their organizations on climate change by measuring and reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and/or influence their organizations to introduce carbon management programs that can produce significant financial benefits.
WHAT DOES THE COURSE COVER?
Mechanisms of anthropogenic climate change
Economic and sociopolitical drivers
GHGs and their primary sources
Overview of regulatory status
Standards and protocols
Industry and commerce GHG/carbon dioxide emissions
GHG emissions quantification
Carbon dioxide emission factors
Carbon footprint calculation
Energy use and emission reduction methods
Process control and modification to reduce emissions
Opportunities for using renewable energy
GHG/carbon emissions management programs and
Carbon offsetting and trading
Case studies and practical calculation examples
111 Brunel Road, Suite 200, Mississauga, ON, L4Z 1X3
December 2-3, 2008
CDN$950 + GST
Refreshments and lunch are included.
FUTURE COURSES ARE PLANNED FOR:
San Francisco, Houston, Phoenix, Chicago, Seattle, Philadelphia, Detroit, and Syracuse.
Reserve your place now by completing and returning the registration form. For more information, contact Greg Carli at 905-682-0510 or email@example.com