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The Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol, developed by World Resources Institute (WRI) and World Business Council on Sustainable Development (WBCSD), sets the global standard for how to measure, manage, and report greenhouse gas emissions.

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RELEASE: India GHG Program Launches with More Than 20 Leading Companies

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Vivek P. Adhia, Senior Associate, WRI India, +91 9820290980, vivek.adhia@wri-india.org
Ms Zainab Naeem, Communications Research Associate, TERI, +91- 8800286575, zainab.naeem@teri.res.in
Samuel Sunder Singh, Executive Officer, CII Godrej GBC, +91 9866661680, Samuel.Sunder@cii.in

ADVISORY: India GHG Program Launches with More Than 20 Leading Companies

NEW DELHI—On Monday, July 22, the World Resources Institute (WRI), the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) will launch a ‘center for excellence’ on GHG accounting in India – the India GHG Program –to enhance focus on business opportunities, risks and profitability levers.

Event Recap: GHG Protocol Brazil Seminar

May 23, 2013

On May 23, in São Paulo, WRI, ICLEI, C40, USP-IEE, and EMBARQ Brazil jointly brought together more than 200 Brazilian city officials and experts to discuss how to use the Global Protocol for Community-Scale Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GPC) to measure and manage greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from cities. Representatives from Brazil’s federal and state governments, as well as city-level governments including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, and Piracicaba, shared their experiences in conducting GHG inventories and implementing local climate actions.

Accounting Amendment: NF3 now required in GHG inventories

The GHG Protocol has released an accounting amendment that requires NF3 to be included in GHG inventories under the Corporate Standard, Value Chain (Scope 3) Standard, and Product Standard.

Inventários de Emissões de Gases de Efeito Estufa para Cidades - GPC

O programa GHG Protocol do World Resources Institute – WRI pretende contribuir com o esforço coletivo mundial em busca de uma economia resiliente e do equilíbrio climático do planeta. Para isso, desenvolve ferramentas de apoio à contabilização e reporte de emissões de GEE, como o GHG Protocol para empresas, reconhecido e adotado mundialmente.

Scope 3 Calculation Guidance

New guidance makes corporate value chain accounting easier

GHG Protocol has released extensive new guidance for calculating value chain (scope 3) emissions. The guidance is freely available to download below.

Open Comment Period for Agriculture Guidance

GHG Protocol has released a second draft of its Agricultural Guidance for open comment.

Request for Input on Scope 3 Standard Implementation

As part of WRI’s efforts to promote implementation of the GHG Protocol Scope 3 Standard and spur innovation in value chain management, WRI requests your input through a survey on how collaboration with other companies would enable you to reduce value chain GHG emissions, respond to new challenges, and demonstrate value chain leadership. The input we receive will inform potential WRI initiatives with companies to reduce Scope 3 emissions.

Public Comment for Guidance for Product Category Rule Development

The Guidance for Product Category Rule Development has been released for public comment. This document was developed in response to a widely recognized need for guidance on product category rule development. It will supplement existing standards for LCA-based claims that require the development of product category rules (PCRs), product rules or their equivalents. The aim is for PCRs to be developed in a consistent manner and used to support claims based on multiple standards.

Scope 3 Online Course Development

UPDATE

Online courses for the Corporate Value Chain (Scope 3) Standard and the Product Lifecycle Standard have been developed and are available at www.ghgprotocol.org/e-learning.

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