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WORKSHOP: Raising ambition through sectoral action
Dear participant, welcome to the ELEVATE workshop on raising ambition through sectoral action!

Please use this form to document your thoughts during this workshop, and submit the result at the end of the session. This will help you during the various parts of the workshop, and allow us to learn from your input and use them in our future work.  

You can choose yourself which sector(s) you would like look into. We cover the following sectors:

  • AFOLU (Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use)

  • Energy supply

  • Buildings

  • Industry

  • Transport

  • Waste

  • Economy wide

Please do not submit the form before you completed it! Submitting the form will make your answers disappear.

1. Individual: Think about sectoral measures and constraints in your country
Please inform us of your country and role first
Sectoral measures

What level of political attention do sectoral measures receive in your country? Which measures a high level of political attention and which ones a low level? Which ones receive a medium level of attention? 

Please only answer for the items that you know, and leave other checkboxes empty.

High attention
Medium attention
Low attention

Reduce manure emissions from livestock, e.g. with anaerobic digesters 

Increase nitrogen use efficiency, e.g. from fertiliser production and use. 

Reduce methane emissions from enteric fermentation, e.g. through selective breeding. 


Increase natural forest afforestation and reforestation.

Halt natural forest deforestation. 

Improve the energy efficiency of appliances, e.g. energy labelling and efficiency mandates. 


Improve the final energy intensity of new residential and commercial buildings. 


Moratorium on new installations of oil and gas boilers

Improve the efficiency of existing buildings, e.g. through increasing renovation rates.  

Moratorium on new installations of unabated coal power plants 


Increase of the share of renewables in total electricity generation per year  


Recover coal mine methane emissions to reduce related emissions. 


Reduce venting and flaring of methane and carbon dioxide. 

Improve the energy efficiency of aviation. 


Improve average fuel efficiency of new passenger cars. 


Increase the share of non-fossil in new

vehicle sales. 

Apply carbon capture and storage to reduce process-related emissions. 


Improve final energy efficiency in industrial production, e.g. energy reduction mandates. 


Reduce nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions from adipic/acid production. 

Reduce methane emissions. 

Implement carbon pricing. 

Reduce fluorinated gas emissions. 








Are any other measures with substantial mitigation potential before 2035 missing from the list above?

Do you have any additional comments on the above-mentioned sectoral measures?

Which constraints do you think hinder improving climate policies in your country?

Do you think the constraints have an equal effect on different sectors? Or is their effect different? Please explain.

Do you have any additional comments on the above-mentioned constraints?

2. Pairs: discuss your answers above and reflect on differences. If necessary, make changes to your answers.
3. Groups: reflect on the question below briefly. Afterwards, discuss key takeaways. One member of the group reports the key takeaways in the reporting template to present after lunch.

ELEVATE will develop a scenario that shows regional impact of the roll-out of the sectoral measures from countries with similar constraints... what would you like to learn from that?

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