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February 25, 2021, by Michael Gillenwater

I find that if you understand the origins of something, you learn a great deal about how and why it does what it does. That is especially true for organizations. …

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A comparative CO2 emissions analysis and mitigation strategies of short-sea shipping and road transport in the Marmara Region

February 19, 2021, by Carbon Management Journal

“The Marmara is the most highly trafficked region in Turkey in terms of seaway and highway transport congestion. The transport mode-based CO2 emissions budget for the region needs to take more …

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What has this pandemic done to your organization?

January 27, 2021, by Michael Gillenwater

The last year has imposed on communities everywhere a forced and rushed experiment in working under quarantine conditions and conducting online learning at scale. Like you, those of us at …

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Designing a Data-Driven Regional Approach to Climate Action in the Caribbean

January 22, 2021, by Wiley Barbour

As climate change impacts grow more severe, countries need to be smarter, more ambitious and more resource efficient in their response. The Caribbean’s regional approach to track progress on climate …

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Expanding Offset Markets? Great Idea or Willful Blindness?

December 10, 2020, by Mark Trexler

There is a lot of discussion of the psychological and cognitive challenges we face in tackling climate change. These challenges are the focus of quite a few books, including George …

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New Co-Editor In Chief | Dr. Jem Woods

November 25, 2020, by Carbon Management Journal

On behalf of GHGMI and the Editorial Board of the Carbon Management journal, we cordially welcome new co-Editor In Chief, Dr. Jeremy (Jem) Woods. Dr. Woods is a Reader in …

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Global Database of National GHG Inventory Capacity in Developing Countries

September 30, 2020, by Molly White

We are publicly releasing a groundbreaking database of indices to measure countries’ capacity for preparing GHG emission inventories (GHGI). These two indices assess the relative capacity of developing countries to …

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Should I use the new IPCC GHG Inventory Guidelines?

September 18, 2020, by Michael Gillenwater

Yes, you should use the new IPCC guidelines, with an awkward caveat. Technically speaking, there is every reason anyone engaged in estimating greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions or removals—from corporate, to …

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CLIFF-GRADS Science Collaboration Series

October 1, 2020, by Olia Glade

On 2 September 2020,  GHGMI’s Dr. Olia Glade, Director of Measurement, Reporting and Verification (MRV) Systems, led a webinar on National Greenhouse Gas Inventories as part of the Climate Food and …

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2019 Distinguished Alumni Award

June 22, 2020, by Erika Barnett

In keeping with the Greenhouse Gas Management Institute’s (GHGMI) intent to celebrate the astounding achievements of our alumni, GHGMI is awarding the 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award to Leal Kumar Dindoyal, …

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