The CSG Standard documents
The CSG Standard - version 1.1, effective date: 17. 07. 2015.
- CSG Standard Terms & Conditions - Effective Date: 15. 03. 2015.
- CSG Standard Brand and Communications Manual - Effective Date: 15. 03. 2015.
- Bylaws of the CSG Standard Technical Advisory Panel - Effective Date: 17. 07. 2015
CSG Standard Methodologies
Renewable Energy Methodology
Fossil fuel electrical power generation contributes to the ever-accelerating global warming to a great extent. The reduction of conventional carbon, coal, gas, lignite, etc. power plants’ carbon emissions can be achieved by the growing use of renewable energy sources. CSG’s methodology, specifically developed for the use of renewable energy sources contributes to the growing use of power plants utilizing solar, wind and water energy, therefore creating a cleaner and more liveable future.
Renewable Energy Methodology 1.1- Effective Date: 30. 10. 2015.
Circular Economy Methodology
Waste disposal contributes significantly to climate change in a global level. Waste reduction programmes and recycling could not only reduce such emissions but also lead to lower primary resource consumption. That is why we started to work on a Circular Economy methodology that addresses the potential greenhouse gas emission reductions of improved waste management practices with life-cycle thinking.
Bicycle Cargo Methodology
Traditional transport vehicles seriously increase air pollution in cities. Our methodology aims to provide framework for the quantification and carbon credit generation of the emission reductions achieved by bicycle cargo companies and support their operation with resources from the voluntary carbon market.