Greenhouse Gas Emissions Management Workshop
Learn how to collect data, manage and calculate your greenhouse gas emissions to reduce them, and integrate the analysis from the data collected into practical business strategies for business sustainability.
Why is Greenhouse Gas Emissions Management Important?
Greenhouse gas emissions management is gaining attention due to a combination of environmental concerns, regulatory pressures, corporate responsibility, risk management, cost savings, market competitiveness, supply chain considerations, investor influence, and technological advancements. Organisations are increasingly recognising that addressing GHG emissions is not only essential for mitigating climate change but also for ensuring long-term sustainability and resilience in a rapidly changing business landscape.
Our GHG Emissions Management Workshop is customised based on client needs to help them to enhance awareness on climate change and the increasing demand for organisation to develop and implement GHG management strategies and plans. This workshop will equip participants with the know-how of GHG quantification, monitoring, reporting, verification and validation.
Part 1: Understand GHG Emissions
- Climate change
- Importance of GHG management to organisation
- GHG accounting and reporting standards
- Key principles in GHG accounting and reporting
Part 2: Measuring GHG at Organisational and Product Level
- Setting organisational and operational boundaries
- Choosing a base year
- Identifying GHG sources and sinks
- Choosing emission factor
- Quantifying GHG
- GHG reporting
Part 3: Monitoring, Verifying and Validating GHG Inventory
- Teamwork in maintaining the GHG inventory
- Setting up procedures for continuous improvement of GHG inventory
- Verifying and validating GHG inventory by third-party certification body
Part 4: Developing GHG Management Strategies and Plans
- Integrating GHG management into business strategy
- Setting GHG emissions reduction or removal enhancement targets
- Developing decarbonisation plan
*This topic outline is for reference purposes. Talk to us to customise your workshop to fit your needs.
- Identify key principles in GHG accounting and reporting
- Describe the process in developing and implementing GHG inventory
- Apply GHG quantification, monitoring reporting, verification and validation practices
- Describe the importance of developing and implementing GHG management strategies and plans
- Develop strategies and plans in managing GHG at organisational and product level
Our Workshop Approach
We customise our workshop to tailor our clients’ needs.
Absolutely. Whether you’re new to sustainability or an experienced practitioner, this workshop offers valuable insights for all levels of expertise.
You’ll gain the tools and knowledge to reduce your organisation’s greenhouse gas emissions. Besides, you will equip yourself with actionable strategies to minimise your environmental footprint, learn how to seamlessly integrate sustainability into your operations for long-term benefits, and discover valuable resources to support your carbon neutrality journey.
Yes, the workshop includes interactive sessions, case studies, and group activities to enhance engagement and facilitate active learning.
Yes, this workshop is 100% HRDC claimable. We will provide you with relevant documents for claiming purpose upon your registration.
About the Trainer
Ng Jia Xin is our ESG and sustainability consultant and a HRDF-certified trainer. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Management from Universiti Malaya, Malaysia, and has years of practical working experience with publicly listed companies. Her expertise lies in global sustainability reporting frameworks and standards (i.e. GRI, SASB, TCFD and UNSDGs), securities exchange listing requirements on ESG (i.e. Bursa Malaysia), sustainability indices and ratings (i.e. S&P Global DJSI, Bloomberg GEI, CDP, FTSE4Good, EcoVadis, MSCI, Sustainalytics and SPOTT), materiality assessment, sustainability key performance indicators and targets, sustainability policy and procedure, and ESG training.
Language: English, Mandarin and Malay