Paris Agreement Ghg Inventory
Almost every country in the world is a party to the Paris Agreement, which requires them to submit periodic GHG emission inventories based on the production of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) to monitor the achievement of their national contributions and regional climate policy and climate policies such as the Emissions Trading System (ETS). , and the world`s progress in limiting warming.  Under a previous UNFCCC agreement, Turkey`s greenhouse gas emissions continue to be inventoried even though they are not parties to the Paris agreement.  The GHG inventory guidelines of the Centre for Corporate Climate Leadership are based on the Greenhouse: A Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard (GHG Protocol Protocol Corporate Standard) Exit protocol, developed by the World Resources Institute (WRI) and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), which is the global standard for calculating corporate greenhouse gas emissions. The California Sustainability Alliance has also created the Local Government Operations Protocol Toolkit which breaks down the complexity of the LGOP manual and provides an overview of recommended inventory protocols. Organizations are encouraged to consult the GHG Protocol Corporate standard to obtain basic guidance on TTHG`s accounting principles, set stock limits, identify sources of ThG emissions, define and adapt a year of inventory, and track emissions over time. As a resource centre for GHG measurement and management, the EPA Center for Corporate Climate Leadership has developed GHG inventory resources to complement the standard GHG Protocol Corporate Standard, which provides specific instructions on GHG calculation methods and emission factors. The use of emission factors is an essential part of the development of a greenhouse gas inventory. An emission factor represents the amount of GHG emitted into the atmosphere associated with a particular activity.
Two examples of emission factors are cited below: the data in the ThG emissions inventory are presented in the IPCC format (seven sectors presented using the Common Reporting Format (FRC), as well as all communication between Member States and the secretariat of the CCNUCC and the Kyoto Protocol.  The GHG inventory development process consists of four key steps (see infographic): an inventory of greenhouse gases is a list of emission sources and associated emissions, quantified by standardized methods.