Data collection for Carbon Reporting
Climate Challenge Fund projects vary hugely in scope, approach and activities, but they all have one thing in common - they must deliver a measurable reduction in carbon emissions in their community.
We provide training and support to help you understand how to use the new carbon reporter and what data needs to be collected to be able to fill in the carbon reporter.
The carbon reporter is similar to the look and feel of the carbon estimator that you filled in when you submitted your application. You can view a recorded webinar that covers both the CCF estimator and reporter here.
Check the events section of the CCF website for webinar training opportunities.
Data Collection Sheets
Data collection sheets have been created for every theme to enable you to collect all the relevant data to enter into the carbon reporter. Please familiarise yourself with these and if you have any questions please get in touch with your CCF Development Officer.
You will find the links to all the data collection sheets below.
Household energy data - for projects that are providing household energy advice through workshops and home energy visits
Household energy solar PV - for projects that are providing advice to households to install solar PV panels
Household energy renewable heat - for projects providing advice to households to install biomass boilers or solar thermal heating
Community building data collection sheet - for projects that are improving the energy and/or water efficiency of their community building
Food growing - for projects that will be growing food
Food behaviours and attitudes - for projects that are working with participants to encourage them to eat seasonal and local and/or working with participants to make lowere carbon food choices.
Travel diary - for projects that are encouraging a behaviour change in relation to the mode of transport used. This data collection sheet can also be used for projects that are encouraging the uptake of electric vehicles.
Fuel effeicent driver training - for projects who will be running fuel efficient driver training sessions with their community.
Household waste - for projects that are working with households to reduce food waste and encouraging a reduction in the general waste that they throw out.
Community buildings waste - for community builidngs project that also have reducing waste sent to landfill as part of their activities.
Other waste events - for projects who are running activities such as swap swap shops, upcycling or repair sessions.
Recommended third party resources
The benefits of product reuse tool is available from WRAP. You have to register to download this tool which calculates the environmental and economic benefits of reusing a range of items using different scenarios.