ENV 614b () / 2023-2024

GHG Accounting: Practical Methods

Credits: 1.5

Spring 2024: Tu, 2:30-3:50, Burke/online

There are increasing climate action roles and responsibilities being assigned to professionals working in both the private and public sectors. Rigorous and effective climate change mitigation actions – from those that occur as a result of business management or public policy making – are all predicated on informed GHG management. The goal of this course is to provide students with a practical and applied understanding of corporate and national-level GHG accounting. This course moves beyond environmental, social, or political climate change theory; and teaches the entry level skills and employment proficiencies needed to secure and execute climate change employment.