According to the latest IPCC report, the global GHG emissions need to peak by 2025 and reduced by 43% by 2030 to avoid the worst effect of climate change. We are in a critical window to decarbonize and it needs a profound and significant shift across our entire economy. As sustainability issues take precedence in a rapidly changing world, the imperative to become green and sustainable brings about challenges and opportunities. Getting to Carbon Neutral and Net Zero Program is a part of series of Sustainability & Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG).

This    course    provided with the fundamental building blocks for identifying and deploying solutions that reduce, manage and mitigate carbon emissions and eventually be able to develop a Net Zero Carbon Roadmap for your organization. This    course    aims    at    professionals    responsible    for measuring, reporting and managing carbon dioxide  and other    greenhouse    gas    (GHG)    emissions    for    their organization.   This   course   will   provide   you   the   latest information   regarding   GHG   emissions   accounting   and management and focuses on areas such as: background to climate change,  developing  a  carbon  accounting  system, managing  GHG  emissions  and  options  for  reducing  GHG emissions.  You will  also  be  equipped  to  communicate effectively  the  imperative  of  reducing  the GHG  emissions with colleagues.

This training is designed to provide participants to be able to define net zero, understand its scientific underpinnings, and account for the interdependence between ecological, social, and economic systems. Gain an understanding of the changes to our energy systems as part of a low- carbon transition. Identify possible solutions for transitions to net zero, appreciating the interplay of policy, markets, behaviors and technology to enact them.



This programme will enable participants to :-

  • Understand the issue of climate change and sustainable development
  • Understand the Sustainable Development Goal 13 – Climate Action and other latest global and local initiatives to mitigate the impacts of climate change
  • Understand the concept of your business carbon footprint
  • Understand the GHG emissions and verification
  • Understand the Carbon regulations
  • Understand the Carbon Footprint Strategy and Energy Efficiency
  • Understand the Greenhouse Gas Protocol’s Corporate Standard
  • Understand the ISO 14064 Standard
  • Enable to identify GHG sources
  • Enable participants to prepared GHG calculations
  • Enable participants to determine mitigation
  • Understand the assess GHG audit processes
  • Understand the learn to prepare reports
  • Equip participants with the fundamental understanding of carbon neutrality and net zero.
  • Understand the concepts of and differences between carbon neutral and net zero; basics of carbon credits in offsetting GHG emissions.
  • Understand carbon pricing (carbon trading and carbon tax); setting science-based targets; considerations in identify in self-abatement measures; etc.



This training is developed for business professionals and leaders that are responsible for corporate carbon management and developing a net zero carbon roadmap for their organization which included managers accountable to deliver carbon and greenhouse gas reporting, business Leaders needed to get up to speed on what Net Zero means for their industry, Finance managers who report climate-related financial disclosures. Safety committees who are responsible for identifying GHG sources, prepared GHG calculations, determine mitigation, assess GHG audit processes.



  • This training will involve the use of slides, handout material, practical tools, sharing of actual cases, Q & A and appropriate videos.



  • Maximum 20 pax per session

[Additional participants above the maximum limit will be charged accordingly]



  • 2 days (9.00 am – 5.00 pm)




9.00 am – 10.30 am Introduction to Climate Change and GHG Emissions

  • What is climate change
  • What will be the impacts of climate change
  • The economic implications of climate change
  • The options for combating climate change
  • The present emissions and their development (by region) over the past decade
10.30 am – 10.45 am Tea Break
10.45 am – 1.00 pm International Carbon Regulations

  • The Kyoto Protocol and its mechanisms
  • Sustainable Development Goals – Goal 13 – Climate Action
  • Climate Action 100+
  • Global carbon regulations
  • SEC: Climate-Related Disclosures for Investors
  • Inflation Reduction Act (IRA)
  • US Government regulations and practices – Climate Action Plan
  • The EU 2030 Framework for climate and energy policies
  • COP21 – The Paris Agreement
  • Local Examples
1.00 pm – 2.00 pm Lunch
2.00 pm – 3.30 pm Net Zero and Carbon Reduction Strategies

  • The definition of sustainable development
  • The dimensions of Corporate Social Responsibility (Triple Bottom Line)
  • What can organizations do?
  • The importance of sustainability in supply chain
  • The operational risks in the supply chain
  • Sustainability drivers and complexity in the supply chain
  • Net Zero Introduction
  • SBTi’s Corporate Net-Zero Standard
  • Net Zero Practices
3.30 pm – 3.45 pm Tea Break
3.45 pm – 5.00 pm Energy Efficiency and Green Buildings

  • The rise of carbon footprint strategy
  • The importance of energy efficiency use, and examples on how efficiency can be achieved
  • The ISO50001 standard
  • Green buildings and carbon footprint through various green building certifications (GBI, BREEAM, LEED, SERF, Green Globes)




9.00 am – 10.30 am GHG Accounting and Assessment

  • The issues of GHG accounting
  • The Greenhouse Gas Protocol, its operational boundaries, and value chain accounting
  • Scope 3 Emissions
  • The emissions factors and their verification
  • Emission factors deviations
  • Emission and cost reduction strategies
10.30 am – 10.45 am Tea Break
10.45 am – 1.00 pm GHG Accounting and Assessment

  • Introduction to ISO 14064
  • Purpose and Benefits of ISO 14064
  • Introduction of the ISO 14064-1:2006 Greenhouse gases — Part 1
  • Introduction of the ISO 14064-1:2006 Greenhouse gases — Part 2
  • Introduction of the ISO 14064-1:2006 Greenhouse gases — Part 3
1.00 pm – 2.00 pm Lunch
2.00 pm – 3.30 pm GHG Offsetting and Green Marketing

  • The process of carbon offsetting
  • The comparison between carbon trading and carbon offsetting
  • The carbon offsetting project standards
  • Examples of carbon offsetting
  • The concept of green marketing
  • The term “greenwashing” and to detect/avoid it
  • Green products and the use of eco-labels
3.30 pm – 3.45 pm Tea Break
3.45 pm – 5.00 pm Reporting

  • The purpose of sustainability reporting
  • The reasons for reporting GHG emissions
  • The Carbon Disclosure Project
  • The risks and opportunities related to climate change
  • The Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes
  • The Global Reporting Initiative



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