PARIS21 Spring Meetings - Data Ecosystems for Climate Action
Not country specific
PARIS21, together with its partners, is committed to building resilient and modern data ecosystems that harness the value of data for transformative climate action. This conference took place from Tuesday, 05 April, to Wednesday, 06 April, and provided insights into the key challenges and opportunities related to climate change data production and use in low capacity countries, and discuss the potential of an integrated data ecosystems approach.
Climate change is an environmental, social, economic and political concern. The PARIS21 2022 Spring Meetings featured a series of virtual events over the course of two days, convening interdisciplinary experts from diverse backgrounds, policy makers, national statistical offices, civil society and academia to share perspectives and best practices, bridge gaps in institutional knowledge and identify ways for collective data-driven climate action.
Fernanda Alcobé, Researcher, International Institute for Environment and Development
Ria Arinda, Statistician, BPS/Statistics Indonesia
H.E. Ariunzaya Ayush, Minister for Labour and Social Protection of Mongolia
Carol Coy, Director-General, Statistical Institute of Jamaica
François Fonteneau, Deputy Head, PARIS21 Secretariat
Johannes Friedrich, Director of Climate Data, World Resources Institute
Aniket Ghai, Senior Economic Affairs Officer, United Nations Office of the High Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing States (UN-OHRLLS)