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  • Seeking public comments on new protocol for city-level GHG emissions

    We are excited by the release of the first draft of the Global Protocol for Community-Scale GHG Emissions (GPC) to help cities around the world measure and report greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions using a more consistent protocol. The GPC has been developed by Local Governments ...

  • Households take the heat for greenhouse gas emissions

    Households were either directly or indirectly responsible for almost half of Canada’s total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in 2004 according to a report released this week by Statistics Canada.  Overall emissions related to households increased 13% from about 285 900 kilotonnes in 1990 to 321 700 kilotonnes in 2004. Household emissions from motor fuel use and residential fuel use (direct ...


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  • FCI announces customer fast track initiative to meet EPA Greenhouse Gas Reporting Mandate

    Fluid Components International (FCI), a global supplier of thermal mass gas flow meters, today announces its Customer GHG Reporting Fast Track Initiative in response to the US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) new mandate per 40 CFR part 98 that requires greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reporting effective January 1, 2010.“To help our customers comply with the EPA’s new GHG reporting mandate, ...


    By McCrometer, Inc.

  • Quebec launches $2.7 billion climate change action plan

    The Government of Québec has launched a $2.7 billion strategy to tackle climate change and to meet its goal of bringing greenhouse-gas emissions to 20 per cent below 1990 levels by 2020. Quebec Premier Jean Charest, Minister of Sustainable Development, Environment and Parks Pierre Arcand and Minister of Transport Pierre Moreau unveiled the 2013-2020 Climate Change Action Plan (PACC 2020) ...


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  • Four Rhode Island communities to share nearly $500,000 climate showcase communities grant from EPA (RI)

    Four Rhode Island communities, Warwick, North Providence, East Greenwich and South Kingstown, have partnered to receive a $497,492 EPA grant to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in municipal and residential buildings. The project was one of two projects in New England and 25 nationwide to receive grants as part of a $10 million competitive grant program to assist local ...

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