Scaling Up Ambitious Leadership: Learning by Doing for Strong Implementation Coalitions
As of: October 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
- The project methodology and management processes were developed, discussed and trialled with national teams. This included:
- On boarding of teams and participants.
- Baseline reports in all project countries, with initial interviews.
- Continuing engagement with local and international research and university groups, local foundations, and civil society, to act in and collaborate with the project.
- Scrum framework development and participant onboarding.
- Developing quantitative emission and cost accounting models for 2 -1.5° development trajectories.
- Assigning responsibilities.
- Establishing ethic protocols for the collection and use of information and data.