Wednesday, 17 July 2013

ENBUS 621 Enterprise Carbon Management - my advanced grad course at University of Waterloo

Next offered in Spring term 2014 (May next year), here's the course outline and a link. This excellent course is offered online as part of both the Master of Environment and Business (MEB) degree and the Master of Climate Change (MCC) degree. It is intended for professionals seeking strategies and practices for addressing climate change mitigation through business sustainability. Past participants have included graduate students in environment, business sustainability, local economic development (LED) and engineering programs at University of Waterloo.

Calendar description:

This course exposes students to best practises in greenhouse gas management from the perspective on a business. This course goes into depth on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, quantification and management. It includes organizational GHG inventories, with reference to international and regional standards, protocols, regulations and schemes; GHG information management systems; expectations and approaches to disclosure of carbon emissions and management activities; and strategic business positioning for climate change mitigation and adaptation.

More details online at the Centre for Extended Learning.