Climate Watch is a robust online platform designed to empower policymakers, researchers and other stakeholders around the world with the climate data, visualizations and resources they need to gather insights on national and global progress on climate change. This spring, World Resources Institute is expanding Climate Watch with two online data platforms for India and Indonesia. These country-level platforms are specifically tailored to help inform decision makers as they formulate national climate plans. The platforms include climate data and information at the national and sub-national level. The tools will also support transparency and bridge the gap between national and global data. Please join our webinar on March 15 where WRI experts will offer insights on how policymakers in India and Indonesia can utilize these new tools to support national governments and relevant stakeholders in implementing climate policies and monitoring their impacts. This discussion will be of particular interest to national and sub-national stakeholders in Indonesia and India working to implement the goals of the Paris Agreement. Speakers Aleksandra Arcipowska, Manager, Online Data Tool & Visualizations, World Resources Institute United States Apurba Mitra, Policy Lead, Energy & Climate, World Resources Institute India Himayatus Shalihah, Research Assistant, World Resources Institute Indonesia This webinar is part of the Climate Tracking and Transparency webinar series, organized by World Resources Institute’s Tracking and Strengthening Climate Action (TASCA) initiative, together with the Partnership on Transparency in the Paris Agreement (PATPA). We invite you to join us as we explore critical topics that support domestic transparency systems for NDCs.