Brite Green carbon performance report: methodology update (EAUC Webinar)

Date First Broadcast Date 9 June 2015 12:00 - 13:00
Venue Webinar via Webex
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LiFE Priority Area: Estates and Operations 

Recently, the consultancy Brite Green published a Carbon Reduction League Table for English universities. Representing our Members, the EAUC entered into dialogue with Brite Green to understand their intentions and question their methodology.  The EAUC recognises that the Brite Green League Table did stimulate valuable discussion and debate amongst our Members. This included, absolute versus relative targets, the disconnect between university carbon and commercial strategies, accuracy of publicly available EMR and institutional target data. If this Table is to be produced annually, what could its relationship be to the University League including the EAUC/AUDE/ARUP green scorecard development?

EAUC are now continuing the dialogue and have invited Brite Green to host this EAUC-Member only webinar which will review the key trends in carbon reduction in the sector from 2005 to 2013, showcase examples of good practice and set out the updated Brite Green methodology to analyse the 2013/14 data.

Why should I attend?

> You will understand the key trends and challenges of achieving carbon reductions
> You will hear from EAUC Member university Energy Managers who have achieved significant carbon reductions
> You will have the chance to contribute on the 2013/14 Brite Green carbon analysis methodology

Who is this webinar for?

> Estate managers and Directors
> Energy managers
> Environment and Carbon managers

Key learning outcomes:

> Understand carbon emissions trends in higher education sector
> Gain insight into how some energy managers have achieved significant carbon reductions to date
> Contribute to the 2013/14 carbon analysis methodology

Iain Patton, CEO EAUC (Chair)
Darren Chadwick, Managing Partner, Brite Green Ltd
Jonathan Mills, Carbon, Environment & Sustainability Manager, Lancaster University
Graham Barton, Director of Estates, Royal Agricultural University

View the agenda and speaker biography in the Webinar Programme
> Download the Webinar Programme




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