Greenhouse gases -- Quantification and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions for organizations -- Guidance for the application of ISO 14064-1
ISO 14069 refers to an ISO standard currently under development specifying the quantification and reporting of GHG emissions for organizations (Carbonfootprint of organization) — Guidance for the Application of ISO 14064-1. Until such time as it has been adopted and published, ISO 14069 is not an actual standard.
Iso 14069 will provide guidance for organizations to calculate the carbon footprint of their products, services and supply chain.
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ISO/TR 14069:2013 describes the principles, concepts and methods relating to the quantification and reporting of direct and indirect greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions for an organization. It provides guidance for the application of ISO 14064-1 to greenhouse gas inventories at the organization level, for the quantification and reporting of direct emissions, energy indirect emissions and other indirect emissions.
ISO/TR 14069:2013 describes for all organizations, including local authorities, the steps for:
- Establishing organizational boundaries, in accordance with either a control approach (financial or operational) or an equity share approach;
- Establishing operational boundaries, by identifying direct emissions and energy indirect emissions to be quantified and reported, as well as any other indirect emissions the organization chooses to quantify and report; for each category of emission, guidance is provided on specific boundaries and methodologies for the quantification of GHG emissions and removals;
- GHG reporting: guidance is provided to promote transparency regarding the boundaries, the methodologies used for the quantification of direct and indirect GHG emissions and removals, and the uncertainty of the results.