ICAT tools published: assessing the impact of national climate policies and actions

May 28, 2020, by Tani Colbert-Sangree

ICAT press release:

At a time when action on climate change is more urgent than ever, the Initiative for Climate Action Transparency (ICAT) has deployed a set of tools to help countries assess the impact of their climate policies and improve their chances of strengthening and achieving their national climate goals under the Paris Agreement.

What’s next?

To support the application of the ICAT Assessment Guides, ICAT is providing policymakers and technical experts with a dedicated series of webinars to better understand how they can utilize the Guides and benefit from their application.

The webinar series will feature national and international experts exploring some of the key methodologies and their application in renewable energy, forestry, and transport pricing and the assessment of impacts for sustainable development and transformational change, and non-state and subnational actors. To learn more about any of the webinars and to register, please click here.

GHGMI’s Molly White and Kathryn Goldman developed the ICAT Assessment Guide for Forestry and Agriculture. Molly will be presenting the Forestry tool through a webinar on June 17th. Register for the webinar here.

Also, GHGMI is now acting as an ICAT Implementing Partner. Together with GHGMI’s consortium partners: International Expert Centre on Air Pollution and Climate Change (Citepa) and the Oko-Institut, we will provide technical support to six new ICAT countries: Antigua and Barbuda, Chad, Chile, Fiji, Liberia, and Nigeria.


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