Wednesday, September 25 9:00 am – 1:00 pm PT
Confirmation Body Training for Climate Forward
The Reserve’s Climate Forward program provides a practical solution to companies and organizations seeking cost-effective mitigation of anticipated (i.e., future) operational and/or project-related GHG emissions. In order to receive Forecasted Mitigation Units (FMUs) for the anticipated emission reductions, every project must conduct a confirmation, in which an accredited third party ensures the projected GHG emissions reductions have met a minimum quality standard and complied with Climate Forward’s procedures and approved forecast methodologies. This is a mandatory course for team leads wishing to perform confirmation of projects under Climate Forward. The training will cover the activities and procedures for completing confirmation of projects under the Climate Forward program. In order to receive team lead certification, you must pass the course examination. Price: $700.
Tuesday, June 18 10:00 am – 11:00 am PT
Public Webinar: Climate Forward Program Overview
Please join us for an introduction to the Climate Forward program. Climate Forward accelerates action on climate change by encouraging companies and organizations to proactively invest today in projects that mitigate future GHG emissions from their future investments.
Thursday, June 20 9:30 am – 11:00 am PT
Public Webinar: Improved Cook Stove Forecast Methodology v1.0
The Reserve has released the draft Improved Cook Stove Forecast Methodology for public comment under the Climate Forward program. This methodology accounts for emission reductions associated with replacing less efficient, traditional biomass-fired cook stoves with eligible efficient cook stoves that utilize non-renewable woody biomass.
Wednesday, June 25 9:30 am – 11:00 am PT
Public Webinar: Dairy Digester Forecast Methodology v1.0
The draft Dairy Digester Forecast Methodology addresses emission reductions associated with the installation, or expansion, and operation of a biogas control system that captures and destroys methane gas from anaerobic manure treatment and/or storage facilities at dairy operations.
Thursday, June 27 9:30 am – 11:00 am PT
Public Webinar: Solar PV Forecast Methodology v1.0
The draft Solar PV Forecast Methodology addresses emission reductions associated with the installation of solar PV systems at existing buildings that will produce electricity for use onsite, offsetting electricity consumption from the electrical grid.