The GHG Protocol Secretariat initiated a strategy and organizational review process for the GHG Protocol in May 2022.
The Greenhouse Gas Protocol team is expanding and is looking for experienced individuals to join our team.
Communities such as cities and counties are increasingly interested in understanding how nature-based solutions can help them reach their climate change mitigation and adaptation goals.
World Business Council for Sustainable Development is seeking an Associate to support their Climate Accounting and Standards team.
GHG inventories are an important first step in designing a climate action strategy, as they pinpoint where a community’s emissions come from and where the biggest reduction opportunities lie.
The Greenhouse Gas Protocol is hiring for a Technical Support and Training Lead.
WRI and WBCSD launched the GHG Protocol Carbon Removals and Land Sector Initiative in January 2020 to develop new GHG Protocol standards and guidance for corporate-level GHG inventories: Carbon Removals Standard, Land Sector Guidance, and Bioenergy Guidance. The new guidance will build on the Corporate Standard and Scope 3 Standard to explain how companies should account for these activities in GHG inventories.
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; these standards are used by thousands of companies to become more efficient, resilient, and prosperous organizations. Hundreds of industry professionals have learned greenhouse gas accounting from WRI experts through in-person and webinar trainings. Now, the same expert instruction is available to you on a low-cost and convenient e-learning platform. Online courses have been developed for the following GHG Protocol standards:
The GHG Protocol is developing new guidance on how companies and organizations should account for greenhouse gas emissions and carbon removals from land use, land use change, bioenergy, and related topics.
The updated Global Protocol for Community-Scale Greenhouse Gas Inventories 1.1 (GPC 1.1) offers
WBCSD is hiring for a Climate Taxonomy Specialist (Manager) to join their Climate & Energy Team.
Thank you for your interest in the Greenhouse Gas Protocol and SBTi Forest, Land and Agriculture webinar.