April 25-26, 2017 | London, England, UK | Climate Change
Climate Action Analysis Network
Assessing the mitigation impact of nonstate climate action on the path to 1.5° C, supporting harmonization across different data platforms, and identifying how the contributions of nonstate and subnational actors can support the policy objectives of various stakeholders leading to the 2018 political moment are key pillars that can drive forward climate action.
The Stanley Center is co-hosting an event alongside the Yale Data-Driven Environmental Solutions Group, in collaboration with Galvanizing the Groundswell of Climate Actions, that will provide an opportunity for a wide range of experts and organizations to discuss these key pillars.
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