ICAT works closely with its partner countries to develop policy-focused, priority-driven projects that develop the information and data frameworks and related capacity to improve the implementation, tracking, and enhancement of their NDCs and reporting.
With a variety of support offers available, ICAT partner countries can choose the right mix of activities which best addresses their needs and national priorities.
Includes: institutional capacity; GHG inventories; reporting protocols and processes; data systems; and drafting of legal and regulatory documents.
Includes: stakeholder consultations; institutional capacity; reporting schemes; and data systems and tools.
Includes: baseline; qualitative or quantitative indicators; tracking framework; and sustainable development impacts and transformational change potentials.
Includes: GHG impacts; sustainable development impacts; and transformational change potential.
Includes: using data and information to mobilise finance and to stimulate economic recovery during exceptional crises.
Mozambique uses transparency to support the update of its NDC 2020-2025
Pilot studies measure the sustainable development impact of climate policies in Bolivia and South Africa
Eswatini officially joins ICAT as project begins in Mbabane