ISO 14067 Carbon Footprint

This course aims to review and understand executive steps to Quantification of the carbon footprint of a product according to ISO 14067.

ISO 14067 training course content:

ISO 14067 review on terms and definitions including quantification of the carbon footprint of a product, greenhouse gases, products, product systems and processes, life cycle assessment, data and data quality, biogenic material and land use.

Review on principles including life cycle perspective, relative approach and functional or declared unit, iterative approach, Priority of scientific approach, relevance, completeness, Consistency, coherence, accuracy, transparency, avoidance of double-counting and methodology for quantification of the CP and partial CFP.

Methodology for quantification of CFP including goal of a CFP study , scope of a CFP study, functional or declared unit, system boundary, data and data quality, time boundary for data, use stage and use profile, end-of-life stage, life cycle inventory analysis for the CFP, ,data collection, validation of data ,relating data to unit process and functional or declared unit ,refining the system boundary, allocation , CP performance tracking, assessing the effect of the timing of GG emissions and removals, treatment of specific GG emissions and removals, impact assessment of biogenic carbon.