Measuring the Impact of Non-state and Subnational Climate Action: What You Need to Know and How to Get Involved
Many cities, states and businesses are taking action to reach their net-zero and other mitigation goals. But how do we measure the impact? How do they feed into overall country goals?
Join us on Wednesday March 29, for a webinar to hear about the Initiative for Climate Action Transparency (ICAT) Non-State and Subnational Action Guide – a tool that provides guidance for countries on how to carry out assessments for non-state and subnational climate action. You will hear from WRI climate experts who will introduce the guide and discuss how a better understanding of the role of non-state and subnational actors can help support national governments in meeting or exceeding their mitigation targets. Importantly, you will also hear from those countries who have used the guide for determining their collective action. There will be plenty of time for questions to learn more about how your country can get involved.
If you are interested in applying for the NSA Guide and its accompanying tool in your country, please fill out this form and we will be in touch with you directly.
- Paula Alexandra Rodriguez, Sustainable Cities Specialist, WWF Colombia
- Ashwini Hingne, Senior Program Manager, WRI India
- Benjamin Jance, Head of Research and Innovation, Global Covenant of Mayors
- Neelam Singh, Senior Associate, Global Climate Program, WRI (Moderator)
This event is hosted in English with simultaneous interpretation in Spanish and French.