carbonn Climate Registry

The carbonn® Climate Registry 2015-2016 Digest is now available   Download here

The carbonn® Climate Registry (cCR) is the world´s leading reporting platform to enhance transparency, accountability and credibility of climate action of local and subnational governments. It is designated as the central repository of the Compact of Mayors launched at the Climate Summit 2014.



The carbonn® Climate Registry is designed as the global response of local and subnational governments towards Measurable, Reportable and Verifiable (MRV) climate action. Through numerous partnerships on political commitments, capacity building and regarding schemes, the cCR has become the world's leading reporting platform to enhance global transparency and accountability of local and subnational governments' climate action.

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26. August 2016

Great changes are in the making for the cCR!

Since 2010, over 600 cities have been reporting to the carbonn® Climate Registry (cCR), the world’s leading voluntary reporting platform for cities and regions to enhance transparency, accountability, and credibility of...[more]

21. July 2016

#WeLoveBogor: winner of the WWF We Love Cities 2016 campaign

Congratulations to the City of Bogor, ICLEI Member, and global winner of the We Love Cities 2016 campaign. On June 30th, WWF announced Bogor, Indonesia as this year’s 2016 We Love Cities Winner. Under the annual WWF Earth...[more]

21. July 2016

First North American dialogue on 100% Renewable Energy in Cities

More than 20 North American city leaders discussed the transition towards a 100 percent renewable energy future during a 3-days workshop, including ICLEI network cities Chicago, Denver, Cincinnati, Cleveland, San Diego,...[more]

24. June 2016

Berlin becomes 7th Western city to divest from fossil fuels

On Thursday 23 June, Berlin’s officials voted to divest the city’s $852.8 million public pension from coal, oil and gas companies. Following Stockholm, which announced its divestment from fossil fuel on June 15, Berlin becomes...[more]

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Call for Proposals for Sub-Saharan Cities: explore support from Covenant of Mayors

The Covenant of Mayors is expanding beyond the wider European region, into Africa - aiming to...

cCR 5 Year Report Launch and session at Cities and Regions Pavilion

4 December 2015 (13:30-15:30)

Cities & Regions Pavilion- TAP 2015

30 November - 11 December 2015

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