The importance of the capacity of a global climate accounting system is to combine both commitments, actions and politics pertaining to nation-states, as well as those from all NSAs. This feature needs to be achieved without any risk of double counting, which happens to be one of the main values of distributed ledger technologies. This integration should be designed to take advantage of positive feedback loops involved in a win-win dynamic between state and NSA. Namely, accounting the actions of NSAs lessens the climate burden of the national governments, thus fostering federal incentives to support NSAs actions and the capacity building to utilize the same accounting methodologies. With incentives and motivation, NSAs can mobilize the lion share of capital required to finance the climate transition. Conversely, if an elected government from a nation-state loses track of scientific facts and shows minimum signs of planetary stewardship, a mechanism that incorporates NSA accounting can enable a country to maintain a paris-consistent track irrespective of the federal position. A clear example of this dynamic is seen with the Trump administration of the United States of America in regard to the potential pullout of the Paris Agreement, which lead to the immediate NSA backlash in the form of the #WeAreStillIn coalition.