AEP White Paper on Consumptive Inventories



Saturday, May 20, 2017
10:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. CDT

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Consumptive greenhouse gas inventories include upstream life cycle analysis when determining emissions. The Bay Area Air Quality Management District completed a consumptive inventory for the Bay Area in 2016. Given this trend in GHG Inventories, the AEP Climate Change Committee invested time and research into what is appropriate within CEQA. Find out when consumptive inventories are appropriate, how to develop one, and best practices in using this type of GHG inventory within climate action plans or project analysis.



Nicole Vermilion

Nicole is on the AEP Climate Change Committee and focuses on air quality and GHG specialist as it relates to CEQA, AB32, and SB375. She closely follows the changing CEQA thresholds and methodology. Nicole has performed numerous GHG inventories for individual projects, including the Irvine Business Complex, The Ontario Plan ... Read More

Dave Mitchell

Dave Mitchell has more than 24 years of experience in land use and air quality planning, including long-range planning, plan implementation, and managing large multi- disciplinary projects. Dave is currently an independent consultant that prepares Climate Action Plans, Greenhouse Gas Inventories, Air Quality and Greenhouse Gas technical studies for development ... Read More

Tammy Seale

Tammy is on the AEP Climate Change Committee and leads the climate action and sustainability planning practice at Michael Baker Associates. Read More

Michael Hendrix

Michael is the Chair of the AEP Climate Change Committee and principal author of the AEP White Papers on Climate Change. In 2008 he assisted OPR in drafting CEQA Guideline Amendments to address climate change. He was the recipient of AEP 2010 Achievement Award for his dedication in advancing climate ... Read More

Rich Walter

Rich Walter is on the AEP Climate Change Committee, is one of the lead authors of this White Paper and is the co-leader of ICF’s municipal climate change planning practice in California. His practice includes advising municipal and private clients on the development of policies dealing with climate change ... Read More

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