These days, it seems that the terms Net-Zero and Decarbonization are everywhere. In a lot of cases, they are even being used synonymously.
It’s the elimination of carbon dioxide emissions. Carbon dioxide is produced by a number of processes common to most sectors, including energy production, energy use in buildings, and transportation.
In a nutshell, there are five keys to decarbonization for most organizations:
Most organizations have, or are actively developing one or more of the following:
Many organizations have GHG reduction targets or carbon neutral goals which call for big action to be taken by 2023 or 2040. Many have zero carbon objectives – or NET-Zero by 2050, including our Federal Government and many of our largest municipalities.
We have launched three distinct pathways within our Decarbonizations program area: Measuring, Planning, and Implementing.
So far, we have launched the following courses:
And we are working hard to develop several new courses within the next few months:
Use this graphic to find relevant courses to your organization’s current status.
Would you like to be trained on a specific topic? Just let us know!Express my interest
Send us an email and we will respond as soon as possible.