Graduate Student’s Data Visualization Tool presented at COP27

Ben Rosche , a PhD student in the department of Sociology, created a visualization app for looking at international climate policies across 20 years. He conceptualized and programmed the tool as part of his work as a data science consultant for OECD IPAC.

The app was showcased at The United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27). The event was a big success, with 222 attendees from 61 different countries. 

Related links:

Watch the recorded COP27 event

IPAC brochure: Why monitor climate actions and policies?

Working paper: The climate actions and policies measurement framework

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