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Standards and schemes relating to climate change and sustainability
The California Air Resources Board, also referred to as CARB or ARB, is the agency responsible for air quality in the California state government. If your company or facility is required to have to your greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions verified under the California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 (AB32), LRQA can help with our accredited ARB verification services.
Is an independent not-for-profit organization holding the largest database of primary corporate climate change information in the world.
Corporate Sustainability Reporting, alternatively known as CSR reporting, is the process whereby companies - public, private; large and small - report on their non-financial performance. These reports allow organizations to demonstrate to stakeholders the impact their activities are having on the environment, society and sustainability.
Certification to ISO 14001 from LRQA will help drive the efficient use of raw materials and therefore reduce costs to your business.
LRQA delivers verification and training services to ISO 14064 to help you provide credibility and assurance to support your organizations GHG emission claims.
LRQA can provide a Gap Analysis against ISO 26000, a guidance document to help you identify the principles and core subjects that your organization should be managing to ensure societal risks and impacts are kept to a minimum.
ISO 50001 is an international standard developed by the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) which provides organisations with the requirements for energy management systems. ISO estimates that the standard could influence up to 60% of the world’s energy use.
The objective of the MRV Regulation is to develop a better understanding of fuel consumption and CO2 emissions from shipping activities within the EU which could then be used to shape and inform any future GHG monitoring or reduction initiatives. The MRV Regulation is viewed as the first step of a staged approach for the inclusion of maritime transport emissions into the EU’s GHG reduction commitment, alongside the other sectors that are already contributing to that commitment.
Looking for assistance to develop and report your inventory?