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C191
Environmental Action: Estimating Green House Gas Emissions from Manufacturing

Robert P. Stevens, P.E., DEE

This two-hour online course provides the understanding and basic skill required for engineers within the manufacturing sector to estimate Green House Gas emissions from one or more manufacturing facilities. The course will also be of interest to engineers desiring a better understanding of Green House Gas emission estimating. The student will be introduced to reasons why Green House Gas emissions are measured and will be presented a method for estimating these emissions at a manufacturing facility. Data and references are furnished to assist in calculations of Green House Gas emissions at manufacturing facilities and methods are presented for monitoring emissions over time. At the completion of this course, the student should have sufficient understanding of Green House Emissions to incorporate this concept into new project planning and to effectively communicate results to managers, employees, and the interested community.

This course includes a multiple-choice quiz that was designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.


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