Emissions Measuring & Reporting
Report on your climate action progress more easily by customizing this template, designed for local governments who have been implementing their climate action plan for a year or more and are ready to report to their community and stakeholders on progress made through the plan.
This Community Greenhouse Gas Inventory User Guide document is a product of the Statewide Energy Efficiency Collaborative (SEEC). SEEC is a new alliance to help cities and counties reduce greenhouse gas emissions and save energy. SEEC is a collaboration between three statewide non-profit organizations and California?s four Investor Owned Utilities.
2015 has been a banner year for SEEC ClearPath. With over 240 local governments utilizing the tool, more and more data across California is being entered in all four modules. ICLEI has updated the platform significantly to further empower California local governments to inform policy making and understand energy and emissions trends. Join SEEC partner, ICLEI USA, to learn more about the best practices of SEEC ClearPath as well as the ins and outs of new features in each of the four modules. This will be a great opportunity to gain a better understanding of how to best leverage SEEC ClearPath to its fullest.
SEEC ClearPath California is a powerful tool to help you measure and track greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in your community. This guide provides an introduction to the basic structure of SEEC ClearPath CA and to important concepts that will help you use the tool effectively.
The SEEC ClearPath California Monitoring Module Users Guide. This document provides an overview of the functions of the Monitoring Module calculators and the variety of new reports available to help chart progress towards emissions reductions.
This training explains the concepts of effective useful life and cumulative implementation, and how they are applied for climate action planning in SEEC ClearPath California.
This training will lead you through the steps for conducting a community GHG inventory, as laid out in the Community Protocol. It will also explain the requirements you need to meet to have a Protocol-compliant inventory.
Read this guide to effectively measure progress toward your climate action goals. Learn how to measure your emissions trend, evaluate the effectiveness of the projects you implement, and understand the factors driving changes in emissions.