Through this half day workshop, WRI India hopes to engage with experts from academia, government, and practitioners to inform a project aimed at identifying key intervention areas at the intersection of energy access and landscape restoration. The objective of this study is to find opportunities to effectively engage in this space and find the key enabling conditions and barriers. WRI India will present key findings from preliminary research in this space, and discuss interventions that can be scaled up in the Indian context.
CAIT 2.0, a climate data explorer, provides free access to comprehensive, reliable, and comparable greenhouse gas emissions data sets, as well as other climate-relevant indicators, to enable analysis on a wide range of climate-related data questions. Through its powerful yet simple and easy-to-use online interface, CAIT 2.0 is designed to help users from government, business, academia, the media, and civil society efficiently explore, understand, and communicate climate data.
Access the CAIT 2.0 to view interactive maps that reveal how carbon dioxide emissions are distributed globally and how they’ve changed in the last 160 years here.