The Climate Action Aggregation Tool (CAAT) distils the step-by-step process laid out in the ICAT Non-State and Subnational Action Guide and was developed to support government experts, analysts and policymakers to identify, quantify and aggregate the impact of non-state and subnational actions. As a result, they can be integrated into mitigation targets, projections and scenarios in support of policy development, policy evaluation and target-setting.
Better quantify the impact of region, city, and business emissions reduction efforts
Evaluate how they overlap with or complement national policies
Determine the impact of combined national and sub-national efforts for integration into more holistic target-setting
Video tutorial: How to use CAAT
If you would like to know more about CAAT or for any technical support issues, please contact ICAT’s Implementing Partner, NewClimate Institute
Case study: Quantifying emissions impact of subnational and non-state actors in Colombia
Multiple ICAT Assessment Guides used to implement NAMA in Mexico
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