Carbon Offset Credits and Verified Carbon Neutrality
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Organisations embarked on the journey towards verified carbon neutrality (PAS 2060) must select, secure, and retire suitable Carbon Offset Credits.
This video provides an understanding of what Carbon offsets are and some of the considerations for your organisation in selecting the right ones.
Your host, Mark Miller from Auditel discusses the below:
Why the use of Carbon Offset credits for PAS 2060
What is an Offset Credit?
Eligible Carbon Offset Credit criteria
Carbon Offset sources and choice
Verification of PAS 2060 to Become Verified Carbon Neutral (video coming soon)
About your hostMark Miller is one of Auditel’s fifty strong Carbon Solutions team and a Principal Consultant for sustainable procurement advisory with Auditel.
Providing advisory and audit support for ISO 14001, ISO 14064, ISO 14065, PSS 2060, CDP, GRI, Carbon Strategy and ESG disclosure.
Biofuel Trading, GHG accounting programmes, Information Governance (security and data management), ISO 17020 and various learning and management support assignments.
Presently working on assignments for CORSIA, aviation emissions scheme, GDPR, Regulatory training programme for GHG emissions in North America, assurance of biofuels, training and capability building, Management Systems advisory (e.g. ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14064–1:2018, -2:2019, -3:2019, ISO 14065:2013 and ISO 27001).
Experienced supply chain and project carbon accounting specialist, including Scope 3 strategy and Carbon Offset Credits. Also, ISO 17020 for inspection services and has been essential where I have provided assurance to bulk cargo assignments and other related supply chain assurance projects. Further, knowledge of ISO 17020 and ISO 17025 is essential for his work in EU ETS (material properties for instance) and other monitoring and traceability projects.
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