Greenhouse gas protocol (GHG protocol)
The Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHG Protocol) is a globally recognised standard that provides guidelines for measuring and managing greenhouse gas emissions. Established in 1990, the GHG Protocol was developed to address the need for a consistent framework for reporting greenhouse gas emissions. Today, it collaborates with governments, industry associations, NGOs, corporations, and other organisations to provide widely used guidelines for calculating emissions. By providing a unified framework for emission management, the GHG Protocol has facilitated decarbonisation efforts across both public and private sectors.