Carbon is the metric by which we measure business environmental impacts. This course will enable companies to understand how to measure and report the global warming impacts of their operations, identify environmental hotspots and to take action to reduce these impacts. By setting boundaries, scopes, and data collection procedures, we will share the tools and processes necessary for companies to conduct their own carbon footprinting according to best practice global standards.
09:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Webinar, Dublin Chamber, . .
- Practical understanding of how to conduct a carbon footprint of a business
- Understanding of what type of data to collect to measure the CO2 footprint
- How to collect and organise the data
- How to interpret the data – what are the specific CO2 impacts of the energies, resources and materials used?
- Understanding the principles of organisational and product environmental footprinting
- Tools, standards, and sources of support
- Preparation and verification of annual carbon footprint reports at company, process and product levels
- Understanding the business impact of climate change
- Introduction to carbon footprinting
- Relevant measurement and reporting standards
- Setting carbon policy, boundaries, and baselines
- The data collection process
- Sources of carbon factors
- What are Scopes 1, 2 and 3 carbon footprints, and what a company can do to identify hotspots
- Principle of carbon footprinting at the product level
- Overview of carbon verification, target setting, and reporting
Our Carbon Footprint Measurement course will run over 1 half day - Tuesday 5th of October from 9.30am-12 noon.
Participation in any of the five outlined courses is priced at €150 for Dublin Chamber members. (Non-members €290)
In addition, academy participants will also be given a ‘free’ one hour, one on one advisory consultation with one of our experts.