Greenhouse gas emissions are at the heart of an increasing number of regulations, policies, programs and standards that impact all sectors of the economy. They all come with a set of obligations and requirements, and they create economic and operational risks for many organisations, but also some quite lucrative opportunities for others.
This full-day course presents the most important policies and regulations aiming at the overall reductions of GHG emissions and how they might drive investments in green technologies and energy efficiency measures. CCG will specifically focus on detailing the different regulations at the provincial and the federal level and their difference and similarities with other mechanisms around the world. We will explain the Cap-and-Trade Program and why companies can no longer afford not to have a plan for managing their carbon emissions and its implications. Finally, we will provide business examples and insights about how to make carbon management a key success factor for small to large organizations while providing benefits to the society and the environment.
- Know the regulatory ecosystem that relates to greenhouse gas emissions
- Understand the price on carbon mechanisms and the risk and corresponding opportunities
- Identify the legal obligations of cap-and-trade participants
- Assess the risk for GHG emitting organizations
Who should attend?
- Executives and managers whose budgets and profitability are impacted by carbon-related issues
- Engineers and energy managers whose projects and processes are responsible for GHG emissions or emission reductions
- Professionals interested in carbon financing
- Risks and opportunities assessment experts
- Individuals who want to acquire expertise and a set of skills that is increasingly in demand
Director of Carbon Markets
David has worked as an R&D project manager and process engineer on developing technologies for carbon capture and industrial waste management. He is an experienced GHG accounting professional. He has worked on nearly fifty ISO 14064 GHG projects, including for the Technoclimat Program, in a variety of industries ranging from mineral processing to waste management, renewable energy and process efficiency. He is a certified Environment Professional, EP(GHG), recognized by ECO-Canada and the GHG Management Institute and acts as a GHG assessor for the Standards Council of Canada. He partnered with various leading companies on the Canadian carbon market and greatly contributed to the development of the industry, creating value from GHG reduction initiatives. David holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Biotechnological Engineering and an MBA from Concordia University.
If you are unable to attend the course, you may substitute another person in your stead without penalty. All cancellations or postponements must be communicated to CIET by email at email@example.com.
- Registrations cancelled more than 4 weeks prior to the course starting date: no penalty.
- Registrations cancelled between 2 and 4 weeks prior to the course starting date are subject to a $50 administration fee.
- Registrations cancelled 2 weeks or less prior to the course starting date are subject to 50% of the registration fee.