Reading between the lines of the Paris Agreement.

A side project with support from:

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Transparency and verification are the backbone of the Paris Agreement on climate change. We contextualize and visualize core issues around the international negotiations and technical greenhouse gas inventory processes. 

Paris Agreement.org at the confluence of international climate policy, carbon science and communications to catalyze agreement between bottom-up greenhouse gas inventories and top-down atmospheric measurements. Throughout its decade-long history, our dynamic non-profit has seeded numerous innovative projects across the space to accelerate policy transformation. Our goal is to bring together the data from the ground and the facts in the atmosphere. Better aligning bottom-up national greenhouse gas inventories with top-down satellite measurements and other third party reports on greenhouse gas emissions is the key piece of a successful international climate change regime.

Our theory of change involves working with decisionmakers and the public to highlight key areas for improving country transparency. Our work seeks to help make the Paris Agreement a reality.

Tracking Negotiations, Analyzing Emissions, Sharing Results

Media Contact

For media working on highly rapid deadlines, contact John O. Niles. For other media enquiries, contact Patrick Cage and Catherine Martini.

John O. Niles

cell +212 6 51271048
whatsapp +1 805 252 6777

Patrick Cage

cell +212 6 51271034
whatsapp +1 619 206 7836

Catherine Martini

cell +212 6 50933691
whatsapp +1 208 559 8615

Where We've Worked

In the past 10 years, the incubator now known as ParisAgreement.org has implemented innovative climate science, policy, & communications initiatives all over the world.


Covering only objective developments around the Paris Agreement and the UNFCCC negotiations.

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