Shared data and information are fundamental to mainstreaming climate action and promoting a coordinated and coherent response to climate change across government and society.

Open data—the publication of datasets that can be freely used and redistributed by anyone, anywhere—offers opportunities to ensure climate policy-making is informed by all relevant data while building trust with civil society and enabling data users to create valuable tools and visualizations that can broaden impact and engage new audiences.

Join WRI Governance for a panel on how open data strategies can bolster collaborative, ambitious climate action. Panelists will share their experiences in opening data, the challenges of connecting climate and data, and the benefits of making those connections.

This event will have live interpretation into Spanish.


  • Pierre Chrzanowski, Disaster Risk Management Specialist, World Bank

  • Gabriela Burdiles Perucci, Director of Projects, FIMA NGO
  • Bryan Contreras Aguayo, Environmental Engineer, Office of Climate Change - Ministry of the Environment of Chile
  • Mengpin Ge, Climate Program Associate II, WRI
  • Jesse Worker, Senior Associate, WRI (moderator)