SCATTER (Setting City Area Targets and Trajectories for Emissions Reduction) is Anthesis’ web-based analysis tool that helps local authorities to assess, report on and reduce the amount of greenhouse gas emissions that their area produces. The tool is free to all local authorities in the UK and has now been updated with the 2018 inventory data.
Disclosure to the CDP-ICLEI Unified Reporting System gives local authorities data-driven insights into their climate action. It allows local authorities to transparently track their progress, access best practice and share their data with networks like the Global Covenant of Mayors.
Responding to the Climate Emergency: SCATTER Updates and CDP Disclosure
17 June, 2 pm (BST)
Anthesis and CDP hosted this webinar to demonstrate how UK local authorities can use SCATTER to support climate action.
With COP26 fast approaching, local authorities are stepping up on climate action and committing to going further and faster than national government. Many have declared climate emergencies and are now joining the Race to Zero and setting science-based targets to help demonstrate their ambition to create sustainable places for people to live and work.
A key aspect of tackling the climate emergency and reaching these targets is understanding your data.
Co-hosted with CDP, this webinar looked at the importance of environmental disclosure and the tools available to support local authorities.
- A deep dive into SCATTER, including the latest 2018 data that is now available, and how the tool can help local authorities to report on their climate impact.
- The CDP-ICLEI Unified Reporting System and how disclosure can give local authorities data-driven insights into their climate action.
- Insights from local authorities across the UK on how they have used SCATTER and CDP to support their climate action efforts.
Sara Telahoun, Principal Consultant: Cities & Decarbonisation, Anthesis
Ravina Singh, UK Cities Senior Engagement Officer, CDP
Chris Common, Carbon Neutral Policy Manager, Nottingham City Council
Dave Barber, Programme Director for Climate Change, Warwick District Council