Scaling Up Ambitious Leadership: Learning by Doing for Strong Implementation Coalitions
As of: June 2021
The implementation of the Paris Agreement is a huge challenge for states and societies all over the world. The projects supports coalitions of committed stakeholders in order to overcome these challenges and enable ambitious climate policies. Using innovative methods, it brings together representatives of civil society, academia and politics who develop mutual ideas for strategic climate policy planning, climate projects and multilateral cooperation. In particular, the project aims to promote synergies between domestic and international policy, mitigation and adaptation, and existing projects. The project focuses on outlining visions and transitions for 1.5°-2°C futures that materialise by 2050.
State of implementation/results
- A working group has been set up with the Ministry of Environment of South Africa on 2050 visions of a low carbon and climate resilient future, and on the methodology to advance this, to present to the Presidential Climate Change Commission (P4C).
- A monthly seminar to discuss energy topics and outline visions and transitions for 1.5-2°C futures by 2050 in Mexico was launched.
- Workshops with the Dominican Ministry of Economy, Planning and Development (MEPYD) to outline climate related 2050 visions and inform the 2030 National Development Strategy review have taken place. – An initial 2050 vision and green recovery concept has been developed in Lebanon, and presented to political parties.
- Further informations on the current project activities are available on the webpage of the project (learningbydoingproject.org).