Calculation and reporting within the CCC-Rdg will take place according to the GHG Protocol guidelines.
The GHG Protocol Corporate Standard provides standards and guidance for companies and other organizations preparing a GHG emissions inventory. It covers the accounting and reporting of the six greenhouse gases covered by the Kyoto Protocol — carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O), hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), perfluorocarbons (PFCs), and sulphur hexafluoride (SF6).
Want to know more about the GHG Protocol, see below;
Download the report here (116 pages):
Read Sustainability in the NHS: health check 2012. This document, produced by the NHS Sustainable Development Unit (SDU) highlights recent research on how sustainability is viewed by leaders in the health service and demonstrates the public’s desire for a more sustainable healthcare system. It also indicates how sustainability can save NHS organisations money as well as saving the environment
Download the report here (12 pages):
FUTURE CLIMATE CHANGE NEWS
- The aim is to become one of the UK’s first climate-neutral train stations
- Electrifying key routes on the railway will mean faster, greener, quieter and more reliable journeys for thousands of passengers.
- The overall goals are pointing towards climate-and fossil fuel-free district in 2030 where carbon dioxide emissions below 1.5 tonnes per person per year by 2020
Electric trains emits circa 20-35% less carbon per passenger than a diesel train. With zero emissions at the point of use, they improve air quality in pollution hot spots such as city centres and main line stations. Electric trains are quieter than diesels and are virtually silent when waiting at stations.
Read about the progress at Reading station area development:
Take a look through our new report that features 10 larger businesses that draw from entrepreneurial activity and are taking innovation forward at a grand scale.
This review follows on from last year’s Green Game-Changers report, which looked at small-scale sustainability innovators. The potential of these smaller players inspired this year’s review of the progress that large firms have made to adopt and scale up innovations. Within this remit we have honed in on those that have gone beyond product and process optimisation and have innovated their business models towards sustainability. Hertz, Philips, B&Q, Umicore, and Caterpillar are just a few of the companies who have spoken about their experiences.
The report was produced with research from Verdantix
The Green Investment Report aims to inform and inspire policy-makers and public and private finance providers to close the gap in delivering inclusive, sustainable growth.
Shaping a global economy fit for the 21st century is our greatest challenge. Such an economy in 2050 will satisfy the needs of more than 9 billion people, who will rightly demand equal opportunities for development. Delivering such inclusive development in a sustainable way, however, requires that we remain within the boundaries of what our planet can safely deliver. Economic growth and sustainability are inter-dependent, you cannot have one without the other, and greening investment is the pre-requisite to realizing both goals.
Download the report of the Green Growth Action Alliance here (40 pages)
Here are the links to the survey, thank you (closes 4th February)
TVB_ClimateChallenge Climate Change Business Poll A
TVB_ClimateChallenge Climate Change Business Poll B
Download the full Report here (86 pages)
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