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Greenhouse Gas Inventory Reporting


Greenhouse gas (GHG) Inventory Reporting is the final EO 13514 reporting target due to CEQ and OMB on 31 January 2011. In this section you will find a variety of plans, templates and tools to help you create a comprehensive GHG inventory.

FEMP and CEQ Reporting Resources (Updated 09/09/2015)
Look here first to access the five core documents of Federal agency greenhouse gas (GHG) reporting under section 9 of Executive Order 13514.

Here you will find a step-by-step introduction to the essentials of greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting for your agency. It details the roles of three types of participants: Senior Sustainability Officer, GHG Lead, and GHG Data Collector.

Inventory Management Plan (IMP)
Customize this template of an Inventory Management Plan to detail the methods to be used by your agency. Quickly define roles and responsibilities (with specific POCs), data management approach, data elements, training, archiving, updating, and verification.

Data Requirements
Customize this generic GHG inventory data requirement document to provide the details needed by those who collect the data for your agency.

Review these key Frequently Asked Questions to take some of the mystery out of your GHG inventory job. These are up-to-date answers from the Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP).

Commuter Survey (Updated 10/26/2011)
Point your employees to this survey to collect the data your agency will need to estimate annual scope 3 employee commute GHG emissions.

Airline and Rental Car Travel Emissions (Updated 12/02/2014)
Use the GSA Travel Management Information Service to compute your business air travel and rental car GHG emissions. It is ready to provide over 80 agencies and independent commissions with their data.

News and News Sources (Updated 06/09/2011)
Access the latest developments in GHG reporting and mitigation from sources throughout the world and see an annotated list of useful sources of news surveyed each month.


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