Climate data ecosystem (CDE) refers to systems (i.e. policies, processes, technology,) for capturing, recording, storing, analyzing and sharing, and feed backing. Sharing quality climate data and information is essential for governments, organizations, and individuals to make informed decisions and take action toward building resilience to the impacts of climate change. Strengthening data-supported climate actions is critical for climate resilience planning in counties and enhances climate investments for community resilience building. The coordination of county Climate Information Services (CIS) actors bridges the gap between climate information generators and primary climate information users. The work entailed an assessment of the status of the climate data ecosystem at the national, county, and local levels; developing and testing tools; protocols and systems for strengthened county climate data ecosystem; and fostering the usage of investment-relevant climate data for effective decision making at county and household levels.

Download File

Spread the love