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Published on April 3, 2008

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Slide1:  GHG Protocol Standards and guidelines for GHG accounting & reporting Slide2:  Need to reduce emissions Understand: current GHG emissions abatement options Performance measurement Emissions trading Stakeholder reporting Performance targets Business decisions Business context Competitive drivers Regulatory risk Public & consumer attitudes GHG Protocol The benefits of a common standard::  The benefits of a common standard: Simplify measurement & reporting Harmonization across international borders & different initiatives Improve comparability & credibility Minimize the cost of developing a GHG inventory Establish a common foundation for GHG markets GHG Protocol: a unique partnership ‘ Learning by sharing ’ ‘ Learning by doing ’:  GHG Protocol: a unique partnership ‘ Learning by sharing ’ ‘ Learning by doing ’ Jointly convened in 1998 by WBCSD & WRI Commitment to transparency and inclusivity 350+ stakeholders have contributed businesses & industry associations…. NGOs (WWF, TERI, NRDC, EDF, …) governments (US EPA, Canada, Australia, UK …) inter-governments (UNFCC, IPCC, IEA, UNEP, EU…..) Stakeholder dialogues in North America, Asia, & Europe Road tested by 30+ companies in 9 countries Peer reviewed by experts Reviewed for verifiability and consistency GHG Protocol: 3 separate, but linked modules: :  GHG Protocol: 3 separate, but linked modules: Corporate accounting & reporting GHG accounting for project reductions Accounting for GHGs in the value chain Module 1: A corporate accounting & reporting standard :  Module 1: A corporate accounting & reporting standard ‘ First Edition ’ October 2001 Applications Common GHG building blocks for….:  Applications Common GHG building blocks for…. GHG risk management Public reporting/participation in voluntary initiatives GHG markets Regulatory/government reporting Relationship to other initiatives:  Relationship to other initiatives Many existing & emerging initiatives use or build on GHG Protocol e.g., US EPA Climate Leaders, WWF ClimateSavers, UK ETS, California Climate Action Registry, US AID, GRI….. Data produced by GHG Protocol meets requirements of most existing schemes GHG Protocol is the most advanced & inclusive effort, a ‘stake in the ground’ on GHG accounting standards Slide9:  Baxter International BP CODELCO Dow Chemical Canada Inc. Duncan Industries (TERI) DuPont Company Edison Mission Energy Ford Motor Company Fortum Power and Heat Oy General Motors Hindalco Industries IBM Corporation Mahar Cement Norsk Hydro ASA Nike Ontario Power Generation PwC/ Eurometaux(300 facilities) Public Service Electric and Gas Petro-Canada Suncor Energy Shell, Canada Shree Cement Tokyo Electric Power Company Volkswagen US AID Climate Technology Initiative – road testing with cement companies in India WBCSD WRI 500 PPM Inc - road testing with 8 SMEs in Hessen, Germany Road test companies included Module 1: A corporate accounting & reporting standard, comprises::  Module 1: A corporate accounting & reporting standard, comprises: GHG accounting and reporting standards Guidance and practical advise Calculation tools Slide11:  Accounting principles Setting organizational boundaries Setting operational boundaries Setting a historic performance datum Reporting GHG emissions Example: setting Organizational Boundaries:  Example: setting Organizational Boundaries Slide13:  Example:setting operational boundaries (Accounting for direct vs. indirect emissions) All companies report scopes 1 and 2 Scope 3 optional Relevant operational boundaries depend on business goals Slide14:  Setting a historic performance datum set a base year to compare emissions over time base year emissions may be adjusted for structural change, e.g. mergers, divestitures no adjustments for organic growth Slide15:  Reporting GHG information outlines minimum reporting requirements transparency is crucial set a base year to compare emissions over time Slide16:  Business goals and inventory design Accounting for GHG reductions Identifying GHG sources Managing inventory quality Verification of GHG emissions Slide17:  User-friendly, step-by-step guidance Build on IPCC methodologies & industry best practice e.g, WBCSD Sustainable Cement Initiative, IAI, API Cross sector calculation tools e.g. stationary combustion, mobile combustion, HFCs Sector specific calculation tools e.g. aluminium, iron & steel, nitric acid, ammonia, adipic acid, cement, lime, HCFC-22 production, office based organizations Applying GHG Calculation Tools :  Applying GHG Calculation Tools Example: Auto Industry Stationary Tool production or import of electricity, heat or steam  Mobile Tool transportation of raw materials, products, or waste employee commuting, or business travel  HFC Tool use of HFC based equipment Process Tool Not required Example: Cement Industry  Stationary Tool production of electricity, heat or steam  Mobile Tool transportation of raw materials, products, or waste employee commuting, or business travel  Process Tool calcination process in the production of cement  HFC Tool use of HFC based equipment Slide19:  Example: mobile combustion (transport) All kinds of transport car, truck, plane, ship, train Flexible data input distance travelled (kilometers, miles), fuel use (litres, gallons) Specific default factors available data for different vehicle types Easy to use Next Steps:  Next Steps Establish a structured feedback process for module 1 Pursue outreach & adoption strategies for module 1 Work with business sectors to develop/maintain GHG calculation tools Work on supplementary modules - accounting for project reductions (sinks & sources) - accounting for GHGs in the value chain Explore institutionalization options over longer term For more information visit www.ghgprotocol.org:  For more information visit www.ghgprotocol.org

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