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UNEP Copenhagen Climate Centre works to implement UNEP's climate change strategy and energy programme

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    An introduction to GACMO 2.0

    New enhanced emissions projection tool for informed climate decision making – here is how the GACMO tool works

    February 21st, 2024

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    New emissions projection tool ready for use in Cuba

    Cuba can now use the new enhanced GACMO tool to project emissions, analyze mitigation options and meet reporting requirements

    February 13th, 2024

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    GACMO 2.0: New tool for enhanced climate action

    UNEP Copenhagen Climate Centre has launched the GACMO 2.0, an enhanced tool strengthening global climate policy

    February 6th, 2024

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    First stage of energy efficiency renovations completed

    Paving the way for reduced emissions and improved local budgets, three Argentinian cities have completed renovation of municipal buildings, with more cities to follow soon

    January 25th, 2024

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    Emissions Gap report 2023

    As greenhouse gas emissions hit new highs, temperature records tumble and climate impacts intensify, the Emissions Gap Report 2023: Broken Record – Temperatures hit new highs, yet world fails to cut emissions (again) finds that the world is heading for a temperature rise far above the Paris Agreement goals unless countries deliver more than they have promised. The report is the 14th edition in a series that brings together many of the world’s top climate scientists to look at future trends in greenhouse gas emissions and provide potential solutions to the challenge of global warming.

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    Adaptation Gap Report 2023

    The UNEP Adaptation Gap Report provides an annual science-based assessment of the global progress on adaptation planning, financing, and implementation. It also explores options for enhancing and advancing national and global adaptation efforts and provides an in-depth analysis of selected issues of interest.

    In addition to the update on adaptation planning and implementation, the 2023 edition provides a more in-depth finance assessment chapter and includes a thematic deep-dive chapter on loss and damage, implementation, and planning. The report also highlights key case studies in these areas.

    The Adaptation Gap Report is co-produced and co-edited by UNEP Copenhagen Climate Centre.

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    In the Climate Tech Podcast, we focus on the technology that can help us in the climate crisis, and more importantly, on how we can speed up implementation in developing countries.

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