“With better integration in national efforts, non-state actors can actively respond to government policies, link and strengthen their own climate strategies, bolster technical expertise and capacity, and aid in the local execution of national policy objectives.”
November 7th, 2023
Out of the box thinking is needed to transform our societies, in ways that not only limit the rise in temperatures but also allow society to adapt to the realities of climate change.
October 16th, 2023
New transparency framework provides climate data for reporting and mitigation and adaptation action for Tunisian waste water
October 3rd, 2023
New transparency project in Kenya aims to reduce emissions while improving food security through increased climate resilience
September 19th, 2023
Cuba can now track NDC targets for selected sectors through a new framework
August 30th, 2023
Argentina has validated ICAT results, providing valuable insights for public climate policy in a wide variety of sectors
August 15th, 2023
A new climate transparency platform for and by the global climate transparency community has been launched.
August 14th, 2023
Tunisia has received training in the advanced GACMO tool to maximize climate action impacts
August 4th, 2023
New transparency guides for decision makers addressing climate change adaptation and loss and damage
Two new guides for climate adaptation and one for assessing climate-induced losses and damages have been launched with ICAT.
June 22nd, 2023
Mozambique is making progress towards an enhanced climate transparency framework supported by UNEP Copenhagen Climate Centre and ICAT
May 31st, 2023