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APROVECHAR DATOS PARA LUCHA CONTRA CAMBIO CLIMATICO Leveraging Open Data in the Fight Against Climate Change

Leveraging Open Data in the Fight Against Climate Change: How OGP Commitments Can Help Accelerate Subnational Climate Action
 Dear OGP colleagues,
 Please find below updates regarding the upcoming OGP Open Climate webinar, including speakers and updated time. The webinar will now take place onWednesday, June 6th at 11:30 am EDT.
 Short description:
 National governments and civil society are increasingly looking to cities to play a role in the global fight against climate change. However, as more and more cities embark on the journey to a low-carbon future, they are running into the same, pervasive problem: missing data. In particular, cities are missing the emissions-related data that they need to plan fact-based policies, engage stakeholders in a substantive manner, and transparently monitor progress over time. Meanwhile, national governments are already collecting the data cities need, but it is neither available nor scaled to fit cities’ needs.
 Through a conversation with Johan Vedel, climate and sustainability official from the Municipality of Fredensborg, Denmark, and Michael Reuss, expert on digital solutions for energy efficiency at Danish consulting company Viegand Maagøe, this webinar will begin by exploring the data challenges cities face when designing and monitoring their climate and low-carbon development strategies. Considering the example of a new open data initiative in Denmark, the discussion will then delve into the open government solutions that can help cities baseline their emissions and implement transparent climate plans, while improving the transparency of emissions-related data at the national level.
 To join, please register here. As always, there will be time for questions and discussion.
 Kind regards,
 Delfina Grinspan
Research Assistant, Governance Center
World Resources Institute
Cell: +1 609-202-8258 | Skype: delfina.grinspan
WRI is a global research organization that turns big ideas into action at the nexus of environment, economic opportunity and human well-being.
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