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International climate agreements - basic elements and their application CARBON FOOTPRINT OF THE PRODUCT guidelines for creating a CFP (Carbon Footprint of a Product) study through the application of the ISO 14067 standard

The seminar is intended for Public and private companies (small, medium, large) that strive to improve their competitiveness and social responsibility by publishing information on the carbon footprint of products and monitoring the impact of their own products on climate change, as well as persons responsible for environmental protection, representatives of local governments, but and to all representatives of institutions and state bodies whose work is aimed at meeting the goals of sustainable development, the green economy and the fight against climate change.

The carbon footprint of a product reflects the potential effect on the global energy balance over time that comes from the sum of emissions and removals of greenhouse gases of the production systems, expressed as CO2e, which are associated with the procurement of raw materials, design, production, transport/delivery, use, and end-of-life treatment.

The course provides theoretical and practical guidelines for making a carbon footprint study of products (goods and services) in accordance with the requirements of ISO 14067: 2018 and thereby contributing to:

  • Reduction of GHG emissions of business activities and products
  • Identification of possible savings in the use of energy and resources
  • Development of new products and services
  • Demonstrating a high level of corporate responsibility and environmental awareness
  • Contribution to global efforts to combat climate change
  • Inclusion of emission data in the decision-making process
  • Fulfillment of legal obligations and customer requirements related to carbon footprint


Topics covered in the webinar:

  • Low Carbon Economy, Roadmap 2050, UFCCC, IPCC
  • Carbon accounting, Kyoto mechanisms, EU ETS, RCPs
  • Adaptation and mitigation - Serbia; air quality and climate change
  • ISO 14067: 2018 - overview, principles, and controversies
  • Product Category Rules (PCR)
  • Quantification of the carbon footprint of products (CFP) - I phase of LCA
  • Phase II LCA - Life Cycle Inventory (LCI) analysis for CFP
  • Phase III LCA - Life Cycle Impact Assessment (LCIA) for CFP
  • Stage IV LCA - life cycle interpretation for CFP
  • Treatment by recycling in CFP studies and storage of biological carbon in products
  • Comparison of ISO 14067, GHG Protocol, and PAS 2050


Published on February 20, 2023
Event start date
08:00 am
Event end date
02:00 pm
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