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First Environment President Speaks on ISO Reporting Standards for Future Low Carbon Economy

 
October 24, 2011
 
First Environment President Speaks on ISO Reporting Standards for Future Low Carbon Economy
 
Dr. Tod Delaney, President of First Environment and Chairman Emeritus of the BCSE Board of Directors, spoke last week to a conference of environmental scientists and businessmen on the benefits of using the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) - carbon emission reporting standards - as a building block for the future world low carbon economy.
 
The conference, sponsored by the Low Carbon Earth Summit (LCES) and titled Leading the Green Economy, Returning to Harmony with Nature, took place in Dalian, China - a city that has dedicated itself to implementing best practices for a Low Carbon Economy in every industrial sector.
Dr. Delaney's speech focused on the benefits of using the existing and internationally accepted ISO standards (14064, 14065 and 14066) to ensure consistency in reporting carbon emissions and to ensure the value of emission credits for financial trading worldwide in these emerging markets.
 
Learn more about Dr. Delaney's speech and about First Environment's industry-leading work on the company's website.