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Climate change data

Data that provide essential information about climate change are currently fragmented and complex, coming from various sources within countries, international organisations, and the private sector. This makes it difficult to sustainably produce relevant data, hampers efforts to report on international commitments and decreases the opportunities for policy makers to use evidence when responding to climate change impacts.

PARIS21 has developed a Climate Change Data Ecosystem (CCDE) approach which helps ministries of environment, national statistics offices, civil society, academia, and international partners to work across data silos and produce data on all aspects of the climate crisis in an organised, systematic manner that support climate change data use.