Apr 15, 2010 – Green Enterprise 2010 Conference (Boston, MA, USA)

March 15, 2010, by ghg-david

April 15, 2010 2010 Groom Energy Conference Embassy Suites Hotel, Boston Logan Airport Boston, MA, USA For more information on the event, please visit: http://www.groomenergy.com/april15_2010_conference.html

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Apr 14-16, 2010 – Navigating the Carbon World (San Francisco, CA, USA)

March 15, 2010, by ghg-david

April 14-16, 2010 San Francisco Marriott Marquis 55 Fourth Street San Francisco, California 94103 USA Navigating the American Carbon World: New Direction for Climate Action will be the year’s first …

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Where is the GHG Management Institute located?

February 17, 2010, by Michael Gillenwater

We get this question quite often. Where is our office? Our headquarters’ address is in the Washington, D.C. area. Specifically, we are incorporated in the State of Maryland as a …

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The Treaty Compliance Challenge: Enforcement under the Kyoto Protocol

February 10, 2010, by Michael Gillenwater

Now that we have the Copenhagen Accord, which gives us some hope that eventually we will have a treaty that includes the United States and active engagement from developing countries, …

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How we do international capacity building

January 27, 2010, by Michael Gillenwater

In the climate change policy world there is plenty of talk about capacity building, especially for developing countries — though occasionally for developed countries as well. Less frequently, however, is …

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Professionalising GHG Verification

January 15, 2010, by Tim Stumhofer

From Environmental Finance The recent suspension of a leading CDM verification company has highlighted the need to ‘professionalise’ the auditors of greenhouse gas emissions, say Tim Stumhofer and Michael Gillenwater.

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Why e-learning?

January 15, 2010, by Michael Gillenwater

Here at the Institute, we are consistently amazed at the number of people who blindly assume we deliver training in a standard classroom setting. Indeed one of the most common …

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A time for reflection

December 27, 2009, by Michael Gillenwater

As we close out this year, now is a good time for some refection before we charge into a new calendar. At the Institute, we have done just that, by …

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COP15 Postmortem: Part I the UNFCCC process

December 23, 2009, by Tim Stumhofer

It has taken this observer a few days (critically complemented by well overdue restful nights) to fairly assess the results of the Copenhagen fortnight. This delayed consideration is in part …

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Standing room only at the Institute’s Copenhagen side event

December 16, 2009, by Tim Stumhofer

On Saturday evening the Institute had the distinct pleasure to co-host an official COP15 side event with the Business Council for Sustainable Development (BCSE) and the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP).

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