With the support of the UN Environment, the Climate and Clean Air Coalition, the UN Development Programme and the Stockholm Environmental Institute, the workshop enhanced the capacity of government representatives to calculate the consequences of emissions and various scenarios to mitigate greenhouse gases and SLCPs.
Countries were able to find the convergence between the strategic actions they're taking and the use of the LEAP-IBC tool. The Ministry of the Environment of Mexico, for example, recognized that the scenarios provided by the LEAP-IBC tool can be used to create models of key sectors like electricity, energy and transport - fundamentally supporting mitigation efforts.
In Peru, a Coalition member since 2013, the government has created the Short Life Pollutants Unit, assigned to the General Directorate of Environmental Quality of the Ministry of the Environment. The Unit has been working on defining strategic national actions with support from UN Environment.