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Greenhouse Gas Management. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 2329488
  • Book
  • June 2021
  • 350 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
By providing easy-to-use and step-by-step methodology to address GHG emissions, this methods book will benefit all practitioners in GHG management with its essential guidelines for accurately calculating and verifying GHG emissions from various sources.
In so doing, it also evaluates the various alternatives for GHG reduction and managing GHG projects.
An essential book that should be on every chemical industry shelf.
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INTRODUCTION

GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS AND ANTHROPOGENIC SOURCES
Greenhouse Effect
Greenhouse Gases
Global Warming Potential
Greenhouse Gas Sources
Direct and In-Direct GHG Emissions

REGULATORY AND VOLUNTARY DRIVERS FOR GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS
Regulatory Drivers
Voluntary Drivers

PLANNING FOR DETERMINATION OF GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS
Geographic Boundaries
Organizational Boundaries
Operational Boundaries or Greenhouse Gas Emission Sources

DETERMINATION OF ACCURATE AND VERIFIABLE GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS
Direct Measurement of Greenhouse Gases
Calculating Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Data Quality and Accuracy

GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS REPORTING AND VERIFICATION
GHG Reporting Requirements
GHG Reporting Basic Principles
Baseline Studiy
Preparation for Third Party Verification

GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS REDUCTION AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Mitigation
Offsets

CARBON FOOT PRINTING

CONCLUSIONS
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Sunil P. Hangal ECAM, Bedminster, USA.
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