This policy brief looks at the rationales for a national greenhouse gas registry in the United States, draws comparisons to other reporting programs and proposals, and makes recommendations on key design questions.
A Guide to Designing GHG Accounting and Reporting Programs
A guide on design and implementation of effective GHG programs based on internationally accepted standards and methodologies for GHG accounting and reporting.
34 U.S. states, 2 Canadian provinces, and 2 Native American nation establish a single, unified GHG emissions accounting system.
An Analysis of Greenhouse Gas Intensity Targets
An analysis of GHG Intensity targets, underlying indicators, rationales, real-world applications, and implementation issues.
A renewable energy guide for office and retail companies
A practical resource for companies that want to "green" their energy supply but don't know how....
The Land Use, Land-Use Change, and Forestry (LULUCF) Guidance for GHG Project Accounting was developed to provide more specific guidance to the Protocol for Project Accounting to quantify and report GHG reductions from LULUCF project activities.
A Service Sector Guide to Greenhouse Gas Management
A guide on managing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that details the various steps necessary to manage, track, and reduce GHG emissions.
The GHG Protocol for Project Accounting
Provides specific principles, concepts, and methods for quantifying and reporting GHG reductions from climate change mitigation projects.
Are investors driving blindly?
The ACEA Agreement target in 2008 will entail costs for the industry that are likely to to distributed differently between the member companies. Yet these costs, along with their competitive implicatications, remain hidden from the public.