In the climate sector, digital tools and systems can improve the collection, availability, access, and use of climate-related data. They can create innovative platforms that promote government, community, and private sector accountability in pursuit of greenhouse gas emission reduction goals, improve climate adaptation or resilience, and enable engagement between citizens, governments, and international or civil society organizations. Addressing the climate crisis is imperative, and the USAID Climate Strategy underscores the importance of digital technologies for their ability to improve the reach, impact, and efficiency of climate programs by crowdsourcing data, supporting real-time analytics, relaying critical information, creating resilient digitally enabled communities, and increasing access to clean energy.