Ecometrica is poised to support [...]
This paper sets out how to correctly report the emissions associated with purchased electricity, and notes some cases where providers of reporting/measurement guidance have got it wrong.
The Highgate EIS Tech Fund [...]
The California Air Resources Board [...]
Ecometrica and Brook Lyndhurst were commissioned to carry out a review of the CCF, with the aims of exploring the impacts of projects and identifying the factors which contribute to the projects' success. The review also explored questions around the potential of community projects to deliver behaviour change, emissions reductions and wider sustainability aims.
This report, authored by Ecometrica and commissioned by the Department for Transport (DfT), considers the potential to reduce the risk of ILUC by actions taken at a regional level, for example by a region with a country, a national government or an international body such as the European Union.
The UK government and devolved administrations have established action on climate change as a key priority. Greater progress can be made if GHG emissions are accepted as a fiduciary responsibility of companies and other organisations. Ecometrica supports a broad mandate in order to promote the idea of fiduciary responsibility on GHG emissions as widely as possible, and discusses this within the summary response below. A full consultation response is to be released shortly.
Ecometrica's Richard Tipper presents results of evaluation of Norway's International Climate and Forests Initiative (NICFI) to stakeholders in Oslo...
Ecometrica's lead remote sensing specialist, [...]
This paper sets out how greenhouse gas emissions can be included in company annual reports, and how the associated financial liablilities can be shown in a company’s balance sheet.
BioCarbon Tracker, the advanced ecosystem mapping platform for identifying global vegetation at risk from land use change, has been featured on a full-page article in the Sunday Times Supplement.
Late yesterday evening, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) voted nine to one in favour of adopting a statewide cap and trade program, mandated under AB32, known as the California Global Warming Solutions Act.