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Carbon 101: Measuring Your Carbon Footprint
Tue, 13 December 2016, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM EST
Are you looking for ways to better understand your workplace’s environmental impacts?
Measuring your carbon footprint is a great place to start, and you might be surprised at how easy it is to get the ball rolling. On Tuesday, December 13, join us at our office, the Sustainable Kingston Hub, for an introductory workshop focusing on measuring your organization’s climate impact.
What can you expect?
- Learn about some success stories associated with measuring organizational greenhouse gases (GHGs)
- Learn about what information you need to calculate your footprint
- You'll receive practical how-to guidance on measuring your annual carbon footprint
- A light lunch with networking to follow
About the Event Facilitators:
Aaron Ball, Sustainability Manager - Queen's University
Aaron Ball is the Sustainability Manager in the Physical Plant Services department at Queen’s University and has held this position since 2008. As Sustainability Manager, Aaron works to advance green initiatives at the university, identify and implement new opportunities for working closely with faculty, students and staff, and create a greater degree of awareness about environmental issues within the University community. His current focus is to develop a comprehensive climate action plan for the university.
Liam Conway, Program Manager - Green Economy Kingston
Liam Conway has a background in corporate greenhouse gas emissions accounting, and has managed GHG inventories for organizations ranging in size from small non-profits to educational institutions to international insurance companies.