The transition to a clean energy future requires a solid grasp of global policies, technologies, and carbon markets. Our comprehensive training workshops, which include market outlooks and executive modules, help you effectively evaluate the impacts of climate-related risks on your business and maintain control over your environmental, social, and governance (ESG) goals. Understanding global policies, technologies, and carbon markets is critical to taking control of your environmental, social, and governance (ESG) goals. EcoUniversity provides comprehensive training workshops, market outlooks, and educational webinars that can be taken individually or bundled together to create a bespoke training program for your entire organization.
EcoUniversity’s workshops are immersive and interactive, and led by our industry experts, both in-person and virtually. Our training modules can be tailored to meet the needs of your team, with focused discussion of your specific goals and challenges spanning low-carbon and zero-emission fuels, emerging mitigation and carbon removal technologies, policies and best practices for robust carbon markets, and carbon literacy.
- Low-Carbon Fuel Regulations
- Low-Carbon Fuel Markets
- Compliance Training
- Life-Cycle Analysis with GREET
- Fuel Market Project Development
- Carbon Literacy Training
- Custom Program Development
Our team has worked in the regulatory landscape for decades, analyzing data from two of the most influential low carbon fuels programs in the United States — the U.S. federal Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) and the California Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS). Our two annual outlooks and periodic updates give your business an advantage regarding regulatory changes occurring in your markets.
EcoUniversity’s webinars are attended by hundreds of industry experts and clean energy workers each month. We cover a wide range of topics, including carbon literacy, next frontiers for a renewable fuel, deep dives into new regulations, and more.
For more information about our EcoUniversity services, contact: Lyndsey Nielsen, EcoUniversity Director | firstname.lastname@example.org