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This course provides an understanding of the fundamentals of greenhouse gas project quantification, monitoring and reporting concepts and techniques.
At the end of this course learners will be able to:
You will earn a Certificate of Course Completion once you attend the training and pass the online comprehensive quiz with a score of at least 70%. This course qualifies for 0.8 Continuing Education Units (CEU) or 8 Professional Development Hours (PDH) credits with the Engineering institute of Canada.
This course provides a background and introduction to greenhouse gas projects - projects that reduce emissions (such as alternative energy projects) or enhance emissions removal (such as forestry projects). The course reviews the requirements of ISO 14064-2, including principles and requirements for: determining project baselines, monitoring, quantifying and reporting project performance, validation and verification requirements. Additionally, the course explores the linkages between ISO 14064-2 and other GHG protocol, such as the WBCSD/WRI Protocol for projects and the Voluntary Carbon Standard. Potential linkages with the Clean Development Mechanism will also be discussed.
If you need better a understanding in ISO 31000, and how it applies to Climate Change resilience assessment, please check our CSA-ISO 31000:2018 Risk Management for Climate Adaptation & Resilience course.
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