The carbonn Climate Registry (cCR) is the leading global reporting platform of local climate action. It enables cities and Local Governments to demonstrate their power and potential to reduce climate risks and move towards global low-emissions and climate resilient development through the reporting of energy and climate commitments, greenhouse gas emissions as well as mitigation and adaptation actions.
With states, provinces and regions now also able to report in the Registry, it made sense to change the name to carbonn Climate Registry.
This follows the agreement between ICLEI and R20 – Regions of climate action in May 2014 and marks a significant step towards opening up the platform to subnational governments. To reflect this evolution and acknowledge all local and subnational entities using the platform, an upgrade is underway.
As part of this rebranding process, a new logo has been designed and the website URL is now carbonn.org
In the coming months, new functionalities will be introduced to support the users –both visitors and the reporting entities.
Stay tuned and don’t forget to update your bookmarks!
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After experiencing some technical difficulties over the past days the reporting template of the cCR is now back online. Due to this unforeseeable situation, the deadline to participate in the Earth Hour City Challenge is...
SEPTEMBER 9, 2014 – OAKLAND, CA The Resilient Communities for America (RC4A) Campaign today announced the carbonn Climate Registry (cCR) as the Campaign’s official reporting platform. The carbonn platform will enable...
The deadline for participating in the Earth Hour City Challenge has been moved to September 15 2014.
Dates and recording available here! Fechas y grabación aquí! Dates et enregistrements ici!
Registration links to official presentation of the EHCC to cities in participating countries