Ecometrica developed a draft methodology for quantifying the greenhouse gas reductions from biochar projects. The methodology specifically relates to small-scale projects which sequester carbon through pyrolysis of biomass that would otherwise have been left to decay or been burned in an uncontrolled manner. The draft methodology was submitted to the Voluntary Carbon Standard for stakeholder consultation.
Publications from Ecometrica
It’s that time of year again. As we turned back our clocks on November 4th, the prospect of long, dark,
November 19, 2012
Green electricity purchasing instruments or tariffs generally involve the sale of environmental attributes associated with electricity generation, such as the
November 15, 2012
Guidance on how Normative Biodiversity Metric assessments can be carried out on Ecometrica’s Our Ecosystem software.
September 17, 2012
There are lots of terms which get used, such as “greenhouse gases”, “CO2“, “CO2e”, and “carbon”, and what they all
September 4, 2012
4 simple examples to illustrate why additionality is essential if contracted renewable electricity is counted as zero in scope 2 inventories
August 15, 2012
Corporate biodiversity performance can be presented in a transparent and concise set of accounts for corporate social responsibility reports and business reviews.
June 27, 2012
How far can your car travel on one tonne of carbon dioxide? We compare some of the UK’s most popular cars.
June 25, 2012
With airlines joining the EU emissions trading scheme in 2012, we look at the extra costs passed on by airlines to customers.
June 1, 2012
Find out how one of the world’s largest textile companies used Our Impacts for their carbon accounting…
March 28, 2012