Nigel Carter, En-Venture Chair, BSI GHG Committee. PAS 2050. Specification for the assessment of the life cycle greenhouse gas emissions of goods and services. Justification and scope.
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Relevance: select GHG sources, carbonstorage, data and methods appropriate to the assessment of the GHG emissions arising from products;
Completeness: include all specified GHG emissions and storage that provide a material contribution to the assessment of GHG emissions arising from products;
Consistency: enable meaningful comparisons in GHG-related information;
Accuracy: reduce bias and uncertainties as far as is practical;
Transparency: where the results of life cycle GHG emissions assessment carried out in accordance with this PAS are communicated to a third party, the organization communicating these results shall disclose GHG emissions-related information sufficient to allow such third parties to make associated decisions with confidence.
Sources: energy use (including energy sources, such as electricity, that were themselves created using processes that have GHG emissions associated with them); combustion processes; chemical reactions; refrigerant loss and other fugitive gases; operations; service provision and delivery; land use change; livestock and other agricultural processes; waste.