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MECCE Project Launches Interactive Data Platform
The  Interactive Data Platform (IDP) is an online interactive tool designed to support countries to benchmark and target-set on climate communication and education (CCE), otherwise known as Action for Climate Empowerment (ACE). The platform will provide data and stories of CCE to help increase the quantity of quality CCE globally. The IDP is a way to explore CCE and ACE global indicators, country profiles, and case studies. The Interactive Data Platform is was built in collaboration with Melbourne Data Analytics Platform and the eResearch Group at the University of Melbourne.
EXPLORE THE INTERACTIVE DATA PLATFORM
Nine Global CCE/ACE Indicators and Country Data Now Available
We are thrilled to be releasing our first slate of nine global indicators for CCE/ACE. We have compiled data from several data providers and partners, such as the Lloyd's Register Foundation, Clarivate, Global Data Barometer, and Meta; large scale assessments, such as the PISA; and datasets created by the MECCE Project, such as national curriculum and policy documents. We have a phased approach to data and indicator development, with additional and updated indicators released regularly.  Currently there are one to two indicators for each ACE element, with ‘education' separated out into primary/secondary and higher education. Many thanks to the experts who reviewed and provided feedback on the indicators, data, and research methods.
ANALYZE THE INDICATORS
Launching 30 New Country Profiles in Partnership with the UNESCO GEM Report
Created in partnership with UNESCO GEM Report, there are now 50 country profiles of national CCE/ACE activity. These provide insight on national CCE strategies, legal frameworks, budgets, and policy and programming. The profiles are validated by country experts, such as ACE Focal Points, and support policy coherence and peer learning through analysis of areas for policy prioritization to advance ACE progress. Learn more about the comparative perspective of country progress on ACE in the Climate Change Communication and Education (CCE) Country Profiles brochure.
READ THE COUNTRY PROFILES
#MECCE Project @ COP27
Our MECCE Project contacts in Sharm El-Sheikh are Dr. Aaron Benavot, Indicator Development Lead,  Ms. Nicola Chopin, Project Manager,  Ms. Stefanie Mallow, Research Associate, and MECCE Partner Dr. Susie Ho, Monash University. Keep up with our delegation by following along on social media with #MECCE on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.

Visit our #MECCE @ COP27 web page for all the latest details on our activities in Sharm El-Sheikh.
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Advancing Action for Climate Empowerment (ACE) Through Monitoring, Evaluating, and Reporting (MER)

This hour-long class will use real-world examples to explore the importance of ACE MER in advancing the Glasgow Work Programme on ACE. Learners will discuss how monitoring and evaluation of ACE is helpful in their contexts and how data can support benchmarking and target setting. The session will also explore how peer learning can help build ACE MER capacity.

Presenters: Nicola Chopin (MECCE Project), Aaron Redman (MECCE Project), Anna Cristina D’Addio (GEM Report), and Daniel April (GEM Report)

Date: Wednesday, November 9
Time: 18:00 EET
Location: Online
REGISTER HERE!
Universalization of Quality Climate Change Education as a Key Component of SDG 4.7 MECCE Project and Partners COP27 Side Event

This official COP27 Side Event will discuss pathways and the role of stakeholders in realizing SDG 4.7 through compulsory CCE as a basic right. The session will be live streamed from UNFCCC’s YouTube channel.

Presenters: Aaron Benavot (MECCE Project), Nikos Petrou (Foundation for Environmental Education, MECCE Partner), Eric Guilyardi (Office for Climate Education, MECCE Partner), Kartikeya Sarabhai (Centre for Environment Education India, MECCE Partner), Won Jung Byun (UNESCO, MECCE Advisory Member), and with the Danish Society of Engineers, Hellenic Society for the Protection of Nature and more.

Date: Monday, 14 November
Time: 16:45 - 18:15 EET
Location: Thutmose (Room 8)
Register to Attend
WATCH HERE!
Advancing the Glasgow Work Programme on ACE: Monitoring and Reporting, Youth Engagement, and Mainstreaming at COP

This hour-long class will use real-world examples to explore the importance of ACE MER in advancing the Glasgow Work Programme on ACE. Learners will discuss how monitoring and evaluation of ACE is helpful in their contexts and how data can support benchmarking and target setting. The session will also explore how peer learning can help build ACE MER capacity.

Presenters: Aaron Benavot, Stefanie Mallow, with YOUNGO representatives and moderated by Nicola Chopin

Date: Tuesday, November 15
Time: 14:00 - 15:00 pm EET
Location: Earth Day Pavilion
WATCH HERE!
A big thank you to the MECCE Project staff and Research Associate and Assistant team, as well as broader MECCE Project partners and collaborators, for all the input and hard work to prepare our research and outputs for COP27. 
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