Now the dust has settled on the Paris Climate Agreement, governments around the world are focussing on the urgent task of implementing the details of the agreement and delivering their national climate change plans. The focus now is on turning the momentum provided by Paris into concrete actions on the ground, not only by pushing forward with immediate actions in line with their national priorities, but also preparing comprehensive plans to achieve the 2025/2030 goals set in their Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs).
We would like to take this opportunity to share ideas on how to approach INDC implementation, translating what the Paris Agreement means in terms of concrete next steps for countries and offering advice on how countries might take this work forward. Our insights are based on our work supporting the development of INDCs of more than 15 countries, with a combined population of more than 500 million, as well as many years of experience in advising governments around the world in implementing, financing and tracking climate policies.
This webinar video will provide information on:
- What the Paris Agreement means from the perspective of policy makers dealing with national climate policy.
- A simple but comprehensive conceptual framework setting out the main ‘pillars’ of INDC implementation and how they interact.
- Examples of actions which countries can take forward under each pillar and how they might be drawn together into an INDC Implementation Roadmap.
- Case studies of best practice drawn from a wide range of countries.
This recording is suitable for:
- Government representatives from developed and developing countries.
- International organisations, development partners and others interested in supporting INDC implementation.
- Business, academia and civil society.