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Allocating and managing resources: a guide for subnational governments tracking climate emissions and actions

These guidelines, available to download below, include details on the resources required to successfully track emissions and mitigation actions, as well as how to manage resource constraints.

Over 20 illustrative examples on overcoming resource constraints are provided from the experiences of the geographically and economically diverse states and regions of the Climate Footprint Project.

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Overview of a standard GHG emissions inventory structure

Further guidance on GHG inventory compilation and mitigation tracking can be found in this toolbox which supports states and regions to improving their GHG emissions tracking and reduction efforts.

These documents were prepared by Ricardo Energy & Environment as part of the Climate Footprint Project.

The Climate Footprint Project supports state and regional governments to improve their greenhouse gas emissions tracking and reduction efforts. In the first phase of the project, the project worked with states and regions in developing and newly industrialising countries including Pernambuco (Brazil), Chhattisgarh and West Bengal (India), Baja California, Jalisco and Yucatán (Mexico), and KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa).


Resources required for GHG emissions and mitigation actions tracking for states and regions

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Date added: 03/06/21


Managing resource constraints when compiling GHG inventories and tracking mitigation actions in states and regions.pdf

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Date added: 03/06/21