Fixing greenhouse gas accounting at the city scale

December 15, 2016, by Carbon Management Journal
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“The GPC, and most other, prior community-scale protocols like it, evolved from IPCC-based GHG accounting rules developed at the national scale, and where principles such as completeness, comparability and accuracy are paramount. At a local scale, however, different principles – namely, relevance – may become more important, given the different focus and governance structures of city governments.”

Peter Erickson (SEI) and Tracy Morgenstern (City of Seattle, Office of Sustainability and Environment) | Page 313-316 | 31 Oct 2016 | View Full Text

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