Project ID 2210311011

IOC is a co-sponsor of the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP). WCRP provides the international and intergovernmental platform to design the research agenda on climate and climate change, on the basis of which national research agendas are developed. The discharge of such national research agendas leads to improving the knowledge base on climate and climate change, which in turn inform the assessment work of the IPCC and, ultimately, policy decisions including those of the UNFCCC and its Paris Agreement. WCRP encompasses an ocean element, of particular relevance to IOC's work and to which IOC is uniquely positioned to contribute. A main activity will be the WCRP Open Science Conference 2023: Advancing climate science for a sustainable future.

  • On-going

USD 33,000

Total Project Budget

USD 16,500

Total Incurred Expenditures

Progress

On-going
Start Date 2022.01.01
End Date 2023.12.31
50%
Benchmark as of 2022.12.31

Geographical Scope and Beneficiaries

Country Allocation

Financial plan

Type of Funding Uses of Funding Sources of Funding Project Budget (USD) Incurred Expenditures (USD)
Assessed Contribution - Assessed Contribution Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission Contribution to Regular Budget 33,000 16,500

Project contributes to

Contribution to UNESCO Results Framework 2022-2025
Sector: Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission
Outcome 3 - Enhance knowledge for climate action, biodiversity, water and ocean management, and disaster risk reduction Output: 3.IOC1 - Member States critically supported in strengthening their capacity to conduct marine scientific research, generate knowledge, and develop and implement science-based tools, services, and policies in order to reverse the decline in ocean health and accelerate the transition towards sustainable management of ocean-related risks and opportunities
Contribution to Sustainable Development Goals
  • 50%
UNESCO Global Priorities and Priority Groups
  • Gender Equality | 10%
  • Priority Africa | 15%
  • Small Island Developing States | 15%