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Ecometrica has been named as a carbon calculation partner by the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), an independent not-for-profit organisation holding the largest database of primary corporate climate change information in the world.
Ecometrica is delighted to announce that it has been accredited under the Carbon Disclosure Project scheme as carbon calculation partners.
Greenergy used Ecometrica's expertise in land use and remote sensing, combined with our advanced web mapping technology to deliver BioCarbon Tracker.
On September 20, the opening day of Climate Week NY°C, the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) released the Global 500 and S&P 500 reports for 2010. These reports, summaries and analyses of the responses of some of the world’s largest companies, demonstrate that an unprecedented number of companies are measuring and disclosing information related to climate change, despite economic and legislative uncertainty.
For the second year in a row, the United States Environmental Protection Agency and colleges across the country are teaming up to reduce the amount of waste produced from college football games through the 2010 Game Day Challenge.
Several weeks ago, I posted a detailed overview of AB32 and Proposition 23 in anticipation of the approaching California Gubernatorial Election. With Election Day itself – November 2, 2010 – now just one day away, I am posting again with the hope of raising some last-minute awareness and increasing knowledge on one of the most controversial ballot propositions of the 2010 US gubernatorial elections: Proposition 23.
The first report of the Adaptation Sub-Committee of the Committee on Climate Change was published today, September 16, 2010. The report, entitled "How well prepared is the UK for climate change?", is the first national assessment of country-wide preparedness and progress on adaptation to climate change.
Tensions are steadily mounting in advance of California’s November 2010 general election as the state’s landmark climate bill, the Global Warming Solutions Act, or AB 32, faces possible suspension by the California Jobs Initiative. This posting will be done in two sections. In this post, I have done up a brief background of relevant emissions data and California legislation preceding AB 32 and Prop 23, as well as a summary of the two bills. The second post focuses on the direct and indirect effects of Proposition 23 on AB 32 if the former were to be passed, and my arguments in favour of AB 32.
A part of a consortium led by the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) and funded by the Ecosystems Services for ...