Greenhouse Gas Protocol: Emissions Report Mobile App
Biogenic emissions are those that result from the combustion of biomass materials that naturally sequester
How does it work?
CO2, including materials used to make biofuels (e.g. crops, vegetable oils, or animal fats). For the purposes of national level GHG inventories, land-use activities are recorded as both sinks and sources of CO2 emissions. Reporting emissions from combusting these biogenic fuels would result in double counting on a national level. The GPC also records land-use changes, and combusted biofuels may be linked to land-use changes in its own inventory, or other cities’ inventories. The Greenhouse Gas Protocol: Emissions Report mobile app provides a sample reporting structure that covers all of these reporting requirements. Cities may report GHG emissions in a variety of additional formats depending on purpose and audience, and may also disaggregate emissions by fuel type, municipal operations within each sector or sub-sector, etc.