THE REMIT INITIATIVE FOR CARBON ACCOUNTING Purpose: ICARB provides a space for technical experts, academics, policy and decision makers and pracFFoners alike to: • Touch base to discuss and agree and ways forward in the development of Relevant, Complete, Consistent, Transparent and Accurate accounFng tools. • To share technical challenges and soluFons. • To be part of a capacity building process across ScoLsh sectors and stakeholders in this emerging ﬁeld.
2008 Carbon AccounFng Working ParFes Sectorial Ver4cal – Applica4on levels 5. VerFcal Scoping: Individual, city, region, naFon General Horizontal ‐ Sectors Depth – Methodological 6. Buildings parameters 7. ICT 1. Units and Metrics 8. Transport, Water, Waste 2. Datasets 9. Food, Agriculture and Land 3. Boundaries Use OrganisaQon 4. Factors 10. Energy: oil and gas, coal, Project nuclear, renewables, demand 11. Materials The sectorial workgroups deal with the organisaQon and project applicaQon levels
2011 ICARB Workshops • Energy Workshop • Buildings Workshop • LCA Workshop • Agriculture Workshop • Waste Workshop • Community Groups Workshop • Forestry Workshop • Tourism Workshop Oct 5 • ICT Workshop Oct 12 • Boundaries Workshop Oct 19 • Finance Workshop Nov 3
WESTMINSTER AND SCOTTISH CARBON COUNTING GROUP NaFonal & InternaFonal Conferences 1st Conference on Carbon AccounQng InsQtuQon of Civil Engineers at 1 George Street, Westminster, on 24th January 2008, 2nd Conference on Carbon AccounQng in the ScoYsh Parliament , Holyrood was held on the 8th of April 2008 3rd Conference on Carbon AccounQng, Edinburgh Conference Centre, Heriot WaZ University 15th October 2009, 10.00am ‐ 5.pm
Edinburgh Conference Centre, Heriot WaZ University 25th November 2011, 9.00am ‐ 5.pm Surveying the landscape and mapping the future of Carbon Accoun9ng in Scotland
2011 ICARB Conference programme • 9.00 – 9.30am Coﬀee and RegistraFon • 9.30 – 9.45am ICARB Welcome – Sarah Boyack and Sue Roaf • 9.45 – 10.10 David Wilson, Director for Energy and Climate in the ScoYsh Government: Scotland’s transi4on to a Low Carbon Economy: Policies and Proposal s for mee4ng Scotland’s Climate Change targets. • 10.10 – 10.35 Adam Hawkes, AEA technology: The signiﬁcance of energy emission factors in correct accoun4ng • 10.35 – 11.00 Karen Turner, SQrling University: The evolving carbon data landscape of Scotland • 11.00 – 11.20 Tea and Coﬀee: • 11.20 – 11.45 John BarreZ, University of Leeds: PAS ‐ Present and Future • 11.45 – 12.10 Angela Druckman, RESOLVE, University of Surrey: The Rebound Eﬀect • 12.10 ‐ 12.30 Gary Davis, Ecometrica: Appropriate Scope and approaches for Scotland • 12.30 – 12.50 Robin Currie, SRI Research, northern Ireland: The use of Ecological and Carbon Footprint Analysis in policy making: applica4on and insights using the REAP model • 12.50 – 13.20 Panel Discussion: Chair Andrew Kerr, Edinburgh Climate Change Centre. Environmentally extended in‐put / out‐put (EEIO) Methodologies and Scope 3 emissions: Ways Forward. Panel: John BarreZ, Adam Hawkes, Gary David and Gary Lanigan. • 13.20 – 13.50 LUNCH • 13.50 – 14.15 Gary Lanigan, Irish Government : Accoun4ng for Agriculture in the Republic of Ireland • 14.15 – 14.30 Charles Henderson, Climate Futures: How Fit for Purpose are community accounQng systems • 14.30 – 14.45 Stuart Macpherson, Irons Foulner: Driving carbon reduc4ons in a stagnant building market • 14.15 – 14.30 Jim Baird, Glasgow Caledonian University: Accoun4ng for Waste • 14.30 – 14.35 Rick , University of Edinburgh, Personal Carbon Accoun4ng in Transi4on Edinburgh • 14.35 – 15.30 SECTOR WORKSHOPS – DECIDING THE 2012 QUESTIONS FOR ICARB (with Tea): • 15.30 – 16.10 Workshop leaders: Feedback from Workgroups – towards a 2011 ICARB programme • 16.10 – 16.30 Daniel Hinze, ScoYsh Government: Making carbon count in Scotland: the Challenge, the TracQon & Plan • 16.30 Thanks and End
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