This tool quantifying the health impacts of air pollution from the transport sector that can be applied in multiple countries, or cities.
The "COMPASS” toolbox is a selection of climate scenario modelling tools to assess and understand the impacts of climate action and policies.
This tool quantifies the future share of new EVs and Light Duty Vehicle fleet in a given country based on the status of policy implementation.
The CLIMTRADE tool allows users to analyse a range of economic impacts associated with carbon border adjustments.
The SCREEN tool allows users to define their country’s context and distinct challenges, providing a shortlist of potentially impactful policy focus areas.
The TRACE tool provides quantitative evaluation of selected non-climate impacts from decarbonising the urban transport sector.
The CAAT tool guides users to compile non state and subnational actor data in landscape analysis, impact and overlap analysis and comparison of NDCs.
This tool maps actors, policies, and policy planning processes and includes a features to track linkages between actors and policies.
These tools provide bottom-up estimates of the volume of credits that could be issued under a range of different scenarios.
This tool calculates historical investments and future investment needs in electricity generation capacity on a country basis.
This tool quantifies the future share of variable renewables in electricity generation in a given country based on the status of policy implementation.
PROSPECTS is a sector-level, bottom-up tool which uses decarbonisation activity and intensity indicators to track and project GHG emissions trends.
This tool estimates the health impacts of air pollution caused by electricity generation from fossil fuel plants and can be applied in multiple countries.
This tool estimates the domestic employment impacts of investments in the electricity supply sector within a country to aid policy decision makers.
The SCAN tool provides high-level guidance on how climate actions can impact achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).