Greenhouse Gas Reduction

Greenhouse gas reduction is a sub-theme of greenhouse gas management

Standards for greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction provide the tools for organizations to better control and mitigate their emissions by introducing measures that are organization-, product- or sector-specific (such as energy management and energy efficiency procedures).


The implementation of GHG reduction measures often delivers cost efficiencies, process improvements and savings. Overall, GHG reduction standards establish and scale up good practice for improving resource and energy efficiency.

Links to standards on GHG Reduction

BS EN ISO 50001

Energy management systems. Requirements with guidance for use.

PAS 2060

Specification for the demonstration of carbon neutrality.

PAS 2080

Carbon management in infrastructure. 

Links to other related materials

BIP 2221

Implementing and Improving an Energy Management System: How to Meet the Requirements of ISO 50001.

Case studies on ISO 50001

How 4 companies have worked with ISO 50001.