Partnership in Statistics for Development in the 21st Century (PARIS21) and the International Programme for Action on Climate (IPAC) will share their insights on common challenges to access reliable climate change data and the implications this has on reaching global climate targets. The session will showcase recommendations for strengthening climate data systems, as well as good practices from country partners.
We invite two countries to provide their insights in an informal dialogue, to help us understand better the challenges of using and integrating climate change data for climate action and highlight how tools such as the IPAC database and the PARIS21 Mobilising Climate Change Data Ecosystems Framework can support countries in addressing climate data challenges.
Introduction and welcoming remarks
Johannes Jütting, Executive Head, PARIS21
Nathalie Girouard, Head of Division of Environment and Performance Indicator Division of the ENV Directorate at the OECD
|Intervention 1: Climate change data at IPAC
|Intervention 2: Country perspective and comments
Intervention 3: Mobilising Climate Change Data Ecosystems (CCDEs) in low- and middle-income countries
Paz Patiño, Junior Inter-regional Advisor, PARIS21
|Intervention 4: Country perspective and comments
|Q&A with participants
Dindial Ramrattan, Statistician, Caribbean Development Bank