ICAT is seeking organizations (governmental entities or non-governmental organizations, such as research institutions or grass roots organizations) to apply one or more of the ICAT series of policy assessment guides guides to individual projects in developing countries over a six month period.
The ICAT series of policy assessment guides provides a stepwise and integrated approach for estimating the greenhouse gas, sustainable development and transformational impacts of countries’ climate policies and actions. Since they were first published, the guides have been well received and used by a wide range of developing countries and there has been strong interest for several of the guides. ICAT is now looking to develop another round of case studies to expand the knowledge base of possible applications of the guides and their benefits for countries.
More information and details for submission here.
Deadline: 27 November 2023
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