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Global warming potential is a relative scale that uses ________ as a benchmark for measuring the heattrapping
ability of other gases
_________ are used to express different GHGs in the same units.
Some of the energy that the earth receives from the sun is reflected back into the atmosphere in the
form of infrared radiation. Greenhouse gases trap this infrared radiation, thereby heating the earth. This
process is known as _____________.
A carbon offset represents _______________.
The reduction, avoidance or sequestration of 1,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide
An emission that is a consequence of a company’s activity occurring at source owned or controlled by
another company is:
Why would a company account for their Scope 3 emissions ?
Which of the following was the first mandatory cap-and-trade program for greenhouse gas emissions in
In January 2010, which government agency provided publicly traded companies with guidance on
disclosing climate change related risks?
Gainesville Regional Utilities, a power company in Florida, has an emission factor of 1,968 pounds of
CO2 per MWh. Should the same emission factor be used for Augusta Regional Utilities, a smaller
company located in the northeastern state of Maine?.
What is the minimum amount of project energy that needs to be offset through the purchase of a REC /
offset in order to obtain a credit point within LEED V4 NC?
What is the project period for LEED NC qualifying REC / offset?
How many credit points would be achieved in a LEED V4 EBOM project that generated 6% of its energy
from renewables and purchased 50% of its energy as certified green power?
What does CO2 actually do?
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