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Canadian Standards Association - Greenhouse Gas Registries This resource is CanadianThis resource is Canadian   This resource is available in FrenchThis resource is available in French  

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The Canadian Standards Association maintains four different registries which provide industry with the tools they need to measure, report, and manage their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, reductions, and removals. The Canadian GHG Challenge Registry is the national registry of greenhouse gas baselines, targets, and reductions based on individual entities and/or facilities. Companies voluntarily report their greenhouse gas reduction plans to the registry and receive a reporting level of bronze, silver or gold. The public can then search the registry using different queries to search by company, location, sector or reporting level. The other registries include the GHG CleanStartTM Registry, GHG CleanProjectsTM Registry, and the Canadian GHG Reductions Registry.

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Canadian Standards Association

155 Queen Street, Suite 1300
Ottawa, ON
Canada
K1P 6L1
Phone: 1-800-463-6727, ext. 59221 // 613-565-5151, ext. 59221
Fax: 613-565-5743
E-mail: ghgregistries@csa.ca
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