The IPAC Technical Expert Group (TEG), established in May 2021, is responsible for identifying the key indicators used in the Dashboard and the Annual Climate Monitor, as well as the broader set of climate-related indicators that will complement the analysis and feed into the country notes. The TEG also identifies indicators where additional methodological or measurement work are needed, and provide guidance for such developmental work.
The TEG is composed of climate experts from OECD countries and participating economies as well as experts from IEA, ITF, NEA, OECD, and from IMF, UNECE, UNSD, UNFCCC, and Climate Transparency. The TEG members bring in a variety of competencies, from measurement (data, accounts, indicators) to the use of indicators in policy development and evaluation.
IPAC is funded by voluntary contributions. During the initial phase (2021-22), it is a key component of the OECD Project on Climate and Economic Resilience.
IPAC dashboard data covers all OECD countries, partner economies (Brazil, People’s Republic of China, India, Indonesia, South Africa), six prospective members (Argentina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Croatia, Peru, Romania), and other G20 countries. The IPAC dashboard is based on existing data already published by official sources. Other IPAC activities, such as IPAC country notes, are open to participation by all of the above countries.
For more information, please contact: IPACinfo@oecd.org, cc: Ms. Nathalie Girouard, Head of the Environmental Performance and Information Division, OECD Environment Directorate.