The Climate action Outcomes and Mitigation Policy ASSessment (COMPASS) toolbox is a selection of climate scenario modelling tools to support decision-makers, analysts and civil society to assess and understand the impacts of climate action and policies.
PROSPECTS+ is a tool to track and project GHG emission scenarios from all key emitting sectors. It allows users to adjust key emissions levers in each sector and provides a dashboard of critical indicators and reporting tools to analyse emissions across time under a range of pathways.
The CAAT supports government experts, analysts and policymakers to identify, quantify and aggregate the impact of non-state and subnational actions.
The SCAN tool is designed to provide high-level guidance on how climate actions can impact achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The EIM-ES is a transparent, Excel-based tool that estimates the domestic employment impacts of investments in the electricity supply sector within a country to aid policy decision makers.
The AIRPOLIM-ES facilitates estimating the health impacts of air pollution from different sources of electricity generation, available as an interactive webtool and Excel-based model.
TRACE is an Excel-based model to support quantitative evaluation of selected non-climate impacts from decarbonizing the urban transport sector.
SCREEN provides policymakers and analysts with a means of operationalizing a green recovery framework that more appropriately caters to the distinct characteristics of developing countries.
The CLIMTRADE tool allows users to analyse a range of economic impacts associated with carbon border adjustments or climate related preferential trade agreements.
The EV policy impact assessment tool allows for the quantification of future share of new Electric Vehicles (EVs) and future share of EVs in the Light Duty Vehicle (LDV) fleet in a given country based on an assessment on the status of policy implementation.
The RE policy impact assessment tool allows for the quantification of future share of variable renewables in electricity generation in a given country based on an assessment on the status of policy implementation.
Introduces the COMPASS toolbox and initial user guidance for tool application
If you would like to know more about the COMPASS toolbox or for any technical support issues, please contact ICAT’s Implementing Partner, NewClimate Institute.
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