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1 International Telecommunication Union Toolkit on Assessment Framework for Environmental Impacts of the ICT Sector Yong-Woon KIM ETRI, Korea (Republic of)

2 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World Yong-Woon KIM (ETRI, Korea) Tom Baumann (GHG Management Institute/ClimateCHECK) Hans Otto Scheck (Nokia Siemens Networks) Susanna Kallio (Nokia Siemens Networks) Yong-Woon KIM (ETRI, Korea) Tom Baumann (GHG Management Institute/ClimateCHECK) Hans Otto Scheck (Nokia Siemens Networks) Susanna Kallio (Nokia Siemens Networks) Contributors & Collaborators 2 THANKS: Cristina Bueti (ITU) Erica Campilongo (ITU) THANKS: Cristina Bueti (ITU) Erica Campilongo (ITU)

3 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World Purpose The assessment framework intends to help the ICT sector understand: various environmental management standards and guidelines that could apply to it; the interaction of these standards and guidelines when applied to the same assessment target and criteria, and the relationships between the standards and guidelines when viewed as part of an assessment framework table. This assessment framework aims to provide: an overall view of most assessment targets and assessment criteria, and a description of the relationships between assessment targets and assessment criteria to help understand: their application; their inter-dependencies; where they are complementary; where they supplement each other; how they might be competitive. 3

4 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World Document contents Introduction to objectives and target audience Review of relevant standards and guidelines (ITU-T, ISO TC 207, GHG Protocol Initiative, IEC TC 111, BSI, JRC- EC, JRC-IES, ETSI and IAASB) Assessment framework in terms of assessment criteria and assessment targets Standards map in terms of type, compliance, voluntary and geographic scope 4

5 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World ITU-T ITU-T L.1410, Methodology for environmental impact assessment of ICT goods, networks and services ITU-T L.1420, Methodology for energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions impact assessment of information and communication technologies within organisations ITU-T L.1430, Methodology for environmental impact assessment of ICT projects ITU-T L.1440, Methodology for environmental impact assessment of ICT within cities ITU-T L.1450, Methodology for environmental impact assessment of ICT within countries 5

6 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World ISO TC 207 (1/2) ISO 14021, Environmental labels and declarations – Self- declared environmental claims (Type II environmental labelling) ISO 14024, Environmental labels and declarations – Type I environmental labelling – Principles and procedures ISO 14025, Environmental labels and declarations – Type III environmental declarations – Principles and procedures ISO 14040, Environmental management – Life cycle assessment – Principles and framework ISO 14044, Environmental management – Life cycle assessment – Requirements and guidelines ISO , Greenhouse gases – Part 1: Specification with guidance at the organization level for quantification and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions and removals 6

7 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World ISO TC 207 (2/2) ISO , Greenhouse gases – Part 2: Specification with guidance at the project level for quantification, monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emission reductions and removal enhancements ISO , Greenhouse gases – Part 3: Specification with guidance for the validation and verification of greenhouse gas assertions ISO 14065, Greenhouse gases – Requirements for greenhouse gas validation and verification bodies for use in accreditation or other forms of recognition ISO 14066, Greenhouse gases – Competency requirements for greenhouse gas validation teams and verification teams ISO 14067, Greenhouse gases – Carbon footprint of products ISO/TR 14069, Greenhouse gases – Quantification and reporting of GHG emissions for organizations (Carbon footprint of organization) – Guidance for the application of ISO

8 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World GHG Protocol Initiative A Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard Corporate Value Chain (Scope 3) Accounting and Reporting Standard – Supplement to the GHG Protocol corporate accounting and reporting standard The GHG Protocol for project accounting Product Life Cycle Accounting and Reporting Standard ICT Sector Guidance to support the GHG Protocol Product Standard 8

9 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World IEC TC 111 IEC/TR 62725, Analysis of quantification methodologies for greenhouse gas emissions for electrical and electronic products and systems IEC/TR 62726, Guidance on quantifying greenhouse gas emission reductions from the baseline for electrical and electronic products and systems IEC 62430, Environmentally conscious design for electrical and electronic products 9

10 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World BSI PAS 2050, Specification for the assessment of the life cycle greenhouse gas emissions of goods and services PAS 2060, Specification for the demonstration of carbon neutrality 10

11 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World JRC-EC ILCD Handbook: Analysis of existing Environmental Impact Assessment methodologies for use in Life Cycle Assessment ILCD Handbook: General guide for Life Cycle Assessment – Detailed guidance ILCD Handbook: General guide for Life Cycle Assessment – Provisions and action steps ILCD Handbook: Framework and requirements for Life Cycle Impact Assessment models and indicators ILCD Handbook: Review schemes for Life Cycle Assessment ILCD Handbook: Specific guide for Life Cycle Inventory data sets ILCD Handbook: Reviewer qualification for Life Cycle Inventory data sets. 11

12 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World JRC-IES Environmental footprint of products Environmental footprint of organizations 12

13 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World ETSI ETSI TS , Environmental Engineering; Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of ICT equipment, networks and services; General methodology and common requirements 13

14 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World IAASB ISAE 3410, Assurance Engagements on Greenhouse Gas Statements 14

15 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World Assessment framework (1/5) Assessment targets Product Organization Project City Country Assessment criteria Inventory Carbon footprint Life cycle assessment (LCA): ICT enablement accounting Product eco-design Labelling by evaluation Validation and verification 15

16 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World Assessment framework (2/5) 16/19 16

17 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World Assessment framework (3/5) 17/19 17

18 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World Assessment framework (4/5) 18/19 18

19 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World Assessment framework (5/5) 19/19 19

20 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World Standards map (1/4) Identification factors Programmes, Standards, or Guidance Compliance or Voluntary Geographic scope 20

21 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World Standards map (2/4) 21

22 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World Standards map (3/4) 22

23 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World Standards map (4/4) 23

24 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World More information Contact: Yong-Woon KIM Cristina Bueti 24


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