Primer on the new U.S. regulation on GHG emissions for carbon professionals
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Further Reading on Green Power ClaimsRead More
BREAKING: Open Letter on the Issue of GHG Accounting for Scope 2Read More
Is the way you think about emissions from purchased electricity wrong?
Electrons flowing down a wire. How many times have you heard this description in discussions on how electric power grids functions? Our greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting framework for indirect emissions …Read More
Is climate literacy an effective approach to root out climate change denial?
One of the more frustrating issues I deal with as an educator is the focus by many governments, NGOs, foundations, and much of the scientific community on “climate literacy” as …Read More
Short sleeves in February. Did it have to turn out this way?
Much of the world right now appears largely unconcerned with climate change. And, this state of affairs is just what social psychology tells us we should expect. People will avoid …Read More
Additionality is assessed against a counterfactual. True or False?
Continuing on the theme of widely held fundamental misconceptions in the carbon management community (see previous blog posts here and here), today I am going to write on a matter …Read More
Getting real about “real” carbon offsets
I am about to commit an act of minor heresy by telling you that something everyone repeats as gospel is flat bunk. The qualities of a good emission offset project …Read More