Counting the carbon – Are international standards always your best practice?

Wednesday 27th November 2019
14:45  -  15:30

Theatre :  Sustainability and Climate Change  T2D1 Presentations 

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In this session Matthew Brander will provide perspectives into some possible shortcomings with leading carbon standards – with renewable energy purchasing and accounting for bioenergy providing two example topics and illustrations.

Key considerations are additionality, and ensuring corporate greenhouse gas accounts are transparent, accurate and relevant to decision making.

Matthew BranderDr Matthew Brander Senior Lecturer in Carbon Accounting
University of Edinburgh
Lucy CandlinLucy Candlin FIEMA, EU ETS Verifier and Co-chair
The UK's Emissions Trading Group.

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