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Topic: Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Your Business – Recognizing and Mitigating Your Risk
This Webinar took place on July 22, 2009
Overview: In April, EPA issued a proposed rule requiring covered facilities to submit annual reporting of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. In May, legislation designed to establish a regulatory framework for a national carbon cap-and-trade system was introduced. Impact of general debate on climate change to business is no longer academic but present and real. This presentation will discuss how GHG emission poses a risk as well as an opportunity in today’s business environment and offer insights to how organizations can best position themselves in an evolving GHG regulatory framework and a carbon-constraint economy.
Specifically, the session will address:
- Evolving GHG regulatory landscape in North America
- Current development of regional initiatives
- Key legal implications to business operation
- Basic steps towards entity emission inventory and reporting
- Role and benefits of independent verification in entity emission reporting
This presentation will be presented by Wilhelm Wang and moderated by Lisa Williams, Editor of Environmental Protection.
Speakers: Wilhelm Wang, Product Manager for Business Sustainability with BSI America, Inc
Mr. Wilhelm Wang is the Product Manager for Business Sustainability with BSI America, Inc. Wilhelm has over 25 years of experience in environmental, occupational health and safety compliance and product regulation management in various manufacturing and service industries. He holds professional certification and credential as a management system auditor for quality, environmental, health, safety, as well as various social accountability, GHG emission inventory, and corporate reporting standards.
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