An upgraded version of the Greenhouse Gas Abatement Cost Model (GACMO) is now available, supporting informed decision-making on climate change – addressing the climate crisis and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
This webinar will delve in to how GACMO 2.0 can provide countries with a clear understanding of the implications of their climate actions to enact meaningful change and contribute to global emissions reduction goals.
The new GACMO version introduces a more user-friendly interface with an enhanced step-by-step design, making it easier to navigate the complexities of emissions reductions and chart future emissions pathways.
Using GACMO provides valuable inputs for preparing and updating NDCs and to prepare national climate plans and long-term strategies as well as international transparency reports such as the Biennial Transparency Reports.
- Introduction: Climate transparency and GACMO – Henning Wuester, Director, Initiative for Climate Action Transparency
- GACMO and UNEPs work on Transparency – Miriam Hinostroza, Head of Unit, Global Climate Action, UNEP
- Presentation of the new GACMO tool – Denis Desgain, Head of Mitigation Analysis and Data Management, UNEP Copenhagen Climate Centre
- Country experience with GACMO 2.0 – Kamil Salazar, Climate Change MRV Officer, Ministry of Sustainable Development, Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management, Belize
Moderator: John Christensen, Director, UNEP Copenhagen Climate Centre