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GHG Emissions Measurement and Carbon Footprint Calculation

GHG Emissions Measurement and Carbon Footprint Calculation

Open seminar in Czech language

The seminar GHG Emissions Measurement and Carbon Footprint Calculation is organized as an open seminar for employees from different institutions and also as an in-house seminar organized for employees of clients with tailor made requirements.

Objectives of the seminar

The aim of the seminar is to introduce participants to the practical aspects of measuring the magnitude of greenhouse gas emissions using real examples.

The introductory part of the seminar focuses on the background and assumptions for GHG measurement, including the definition of the legislative requirements and the standards used. We will then introduce the procedures for measuring GHG emissions under the different scopes. Finally, participants will learn how and in which areas information on their own and clients’ GHG emissions can be used.

For whom it is intended

This seminar is intended for all companies that need to measure and calculate their carbon footprint. It is particularly intended for staff from sustainability and ESG risk management departments who are involved in measuring and monitoring environmental indicators. The seminar is also beneficial for internal auditors and staff of large companies that calculate their own carbon footprint.


Seminar content

Part A: GHG emissions and assumptions for their measurement

  • Introduction to GHG emission measurement 
  • GHG emissions scopes 
  • Assumptions related to GHG emissions calculations

Part B: GHG emissions measurement methods

  • Scope 1 emissions calculation 
  • Scope 2 emissions calculation
  • Scope 3 emissions calculation
  • Scope 3: financed emissions 

Part C: Use of information about GHG emissions

  • Use of information about own GHG emissions
  • Use of information about clients’ GHG emissions
Currently no open seminar is organized. If you are interested in this topic please contact us and we will be delighted to prepare an in-house seminar for you.