ICAT supported Chile in promoting action at the sub-national level for both state and non-state actors through the development of a recognition/certification system. This system encourages sub-national administrations in Chile and the private sector to enhance their technical capacities in carbon management. The project also assisted in the creation of an electronic platform to facilitate the calculation of regional and local carbon footprints and improve the technical carbon management capabilities of sub-national authorities. Currently, ICAT is working with Chile to support the integration of climate change adaptation and mitigation plans.
Promote the incorporation of integration measures – mitigation and adaptation – in climate change management instruments at the national, subnational and organizational levels.
Deliverables will be made available here as the project progresses.
Gap analysis of transparency rules, including sorting out the status of MRV, comparing rules to identify gaps and obstacles, and proposing sustainable institutional arrangements to support high-quality compliance, technical support systems, and working mechanism program.
If you want to find out more about the ICAT project in Chile, please contact the ICAT Secretariat.
Case study: Promoting Climate Action at Sub-National Level in Chile
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Chile invests in capacity at the sub-national level to enhance its action on climate change