Journal Announces New Editorial Board Members

April 8, 2022, by Michael Gillenwater

We are proud to announce new editorial board members for Carbon Management, the peer-reviewed academic journal sponsored by the GHG Management Institute. The members of the journal’s editorial board represent …

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Fiji Achieves Climate Change Act with ICAT Support

March 22, 2022, by Jeanette Mani & Olia Glade

Fiji made history when it enacted the Climate Change Act of 2021. This legislation formalizes Fiji’s national commitment to the Paris Agreement and response to escalating climate risks. The Greenhouse …

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What is a baseline?

March 14, 2022, by Michael Gillenwater

Judging the effectiveness of any action or policy addressing climate change relies upon the concept of a “baseline”. But are you sure you know what a baseline is? We probably …

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Ahora disponible en español: la serie completa de los cursos en línea de las Directrices del IPCC

March 14, 2022, by Maria Juan-Blasco

Read in English La versión en español de nuestra serie más popular de cursos para la contabilidad de gases de efecto invernadero (GEI) para los inventarios nacionales es la última …

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What questions do you have about green power “purchasing”?

March 4, 2022, by Alissa Benchimol

If you work on or with corporate greenhouse gas (GHG) reporting, unfortunately, you have probably been using misleading guidance on Scope 2 emissions. Why and how, though, is an unusually …

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Hiring | Programme Officer at the Caribbean Cooperative MRV Hub

March 15, 2022, by MRV Hub

The Caribbean Cooperative Measurement Reporting Verification Hub (MRV Hub) was launched under a five-year grant from the German Government’s IKI Programme, with the Greenhouse Gas Management Institute as the Prime …

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Carbon emissions from land cover change in Central Vietnam

March 14, 2022, by Carbon Management Journal

“The carbon emissions and removals due to land cover changes between 2001 and 2010 in the Vu Gia Thu Bon River Basin, Central Vietnam, were estimated using Landsat satellite images …

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The overlooked mystery of the missing GHG accounting principle

January 27, 2022, by Michael Gillenwater

When performing greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting work, such as preparing an emissions inventory or assessing an emission reduction project, you will, at some point, need to apply expert judgment. You …

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A novel approach for mapping methane mitigation potential in rice production

January 26, 2022, by Carbon Management Journal

Climate-based suitability assessment for alternate wetting and drying water management in the Philippines: a novel approach for mapping methane mitigation potential in rice production “The ‘alternate wetting and drying’ (AWD) technology for rice is a water-saving …

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GHG Accounting For Battery Energy Storage Systems

December 14, 2021, by Tani Colbert-Sangree

The topic of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions accounting for battery energy storage systems (BESS) is relatively new and so has not yet been thoroughly addressed by existing organization-level GHG emissions …

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