WHAT IS GOLD STANDARD FOR THE GLOBAL GOALS
Gold Standard for the Global Goals is a standard that sets requirements to design projects for maximum positive impact in climate and development — and to measure and report outcomes in the most credible and efficient way.
It customises safeguards, requirements, and methodologies to measure and verify impact on a wide range of activities — from climate protection projects seeking to issue carbon credits to corporate supply chain interventions to national or subnational programmes looking for the most credible claims for their impact reporting.
RENEWABLE ENERGY LABELS WITH I-RECS INTERNATIONAL
In 2017, Gold Standard launched a quality label for renewable energy market instruments. This webinar, hosted in collaboration with I-RECs International, explains how the label provides assurance that the renewable energy projects are developed to the highest quality in terms of environmental integrity, SDG Contributions, stakeholder inclusivity, safeguards, and monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV).
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INTRODUCING GOLD STANDARD FOR THE GLOBAL GOALS – ENERGY PROJECTS
Aimed at project developers and auditors working on energy projects, this webinar introduces Gold Standard for the Global Goals and explains how it works, including information on how this new standard impacts any current or new Gold Standard projects in the pipeline.
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NATURE BASED SOLUTIONS + FORESTRY
Aimed at project developers and auditors working on Afforestation/Reforestation projects, this webinar introduces Gold Standard for the Global Goals and explains how it works, including information on how this new standard impacts any current or new Gold Standard projects in the pipeline.
SOIL ORGANIC CARBON FRAMEWORK
This webinar provides details about the Gold Standard Soil Organic Carbon (SOC) Framework Methodology. The session includes the scientific need and market demand for removals, an overview of the process for approval of a new Activity Module and eligible SOC activities, and how the SOC Framework Methodology differs from the ValueChange SOC guidance for corporate Scope 3 emissions.
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TUTORIAL ON METHDOLOGY TO ESTIMATE AND VERIFIY ADALYS FROM CLEANER HOUSEHOLD AIR
The introduction presents the background of the ADALYs methodology, including funders, experts and partners involved in the development process and provides an overview of the structure of the tutorial.
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SUSTAINCERT QUARTERLY TRAINING WEBINARS
Our certification provider, SustainCERT, provides quarterly training and support for project developers and VVBs on rule updates, clarifications and any new standard or methodology releases. Topics covered are included in the webinar descriptions.