carbonn Climate Registry

Registered User

  1. The term “carbonn” defines the Bonn Center for Local Climate Action and Reporting – carbonn, managed by ICLEI e.V.
  2. The term “User” defines any individual or organization that wishes to access publicly available database of carbonn.
  3. Any User shall be registered by providing all information requested.
  4. User´s access to the system is specific to the person applied and shall not be shared by third parties.
  5. Downloaded information shall only be used for information purposes and cannot be the basis of any legal or commercial interest. Any reference to information shall be referenced to carbonn.
  6. carbonn has the right to limit or restrict to the accessibility of database by the User at any time that is deemed necessary.
  7. carbonn has the right to revise or update this Terms and Conditions at any time that is deemed necessary, without prior consent to the User.

cCR Registered Government

  1. The term carbonn defines the Bonn Center for Local Climate Action and Reporting – carbonn, managed by ICLEI e.V.
  2. The term “the Mexico City Pact” defines the Global Cities Covenant on Climate that was adopted at the World Mayors Summit on Climate in Mexico City on 21 November 2010.
  3. The term “cCR” defines the carbonnn Climate Registry as defined in Art.4 of the Mexico City Pact.
  4. The term “cCR Registered Government” defines the local government that has a user access to the carbonn® Climate Registry.
  5. The term “cCR Participant Access Password” defines the information provided to the local government representative to upload data in carbonn.
  6. Any cCR Registered City shall be registered by providing all information requested.
  7. Only one cCR Participant Access Password is defined for each local government.
  8. The cCR Participant Access Password can be delivered to a staff or elected official of a local government, upon confirmation from the Mayor's Office.
  9. In case cCR Participant Access Password is requested for an individual other than the staff or elected official, a written confirmation from the Mayor´s office has to be provided.
  10. carbonn has the right to restrict access of the cCR Registered Government or the use of the cCR Participant Access Password if the information provided is found to be incorrect or the Terms and Conditions are violated.
  11. The personal information provided by the cCR Registered Government shall not be shared by any other third parties.
  12. carbonn cannot be held liable due to consequences of the inaccuracy of the data and information provided by the cCR Registered Government.
  13. The cCR Registered Government might participate at the knowledge development and capacity building events of carbonnn.
  14. carbonn has the right to limit or restrict the rights of the cCR Registered Government at any time that is deemed necessary, provided by a written consent to the cCR Registered Government.
  15. The cCR Registered Government has the right to claim to be removed from the carbonn, which is in effect within 1 month after the receipt of the written submission by carbonn. No information will be made available about the cCR Registered Government in any carbonn material after this date.
  16. The cCR Registered Government has the right to change the delegation of the carbonn Participant Access Password at any time that is deemed necessary. The change becomes effective after the relevant procedures are applied by carbonn. The same Terms and Conditions are applicable for the new delegated individual.
  17. carbonn has the right to revise or update this Terms and Conditions at any time that is deemed necessary, provided by a written consent to the cCR Registered Government. In case these revised Terms and Conditions are not found suitable, carbonn participant has the right to remove from carbonn, pursuant to the procedures stated above.

cCR Reporting Government

  1. The term carbonn defines the Bonn Center for Local Climate Action and Reporting – carbonn, managed by ICLEI e.V.
  2. The term “the Mexico City Pact” defines the Global Cities Covenant on Climate that was adopted at the World Mayors Summit on Climate in Mexico City on 21 November 2010.
  3. The term “cCR” defines the carbonn Climate Registry as defined in Art.4 of the Mexico City Pact.
  4. The term “cCR Reporting Government” defines the local government that has a user access to the carbonn® Climate Registry and has uploaded data in at least one of the reporting sections of carbonn.
  5. General Terms and Conditions for a cCR Reporting Government is applied to cCR Reporting Government as well.
  6. The accuracy of uploaded data is under the responsibility of the cCR Registered Government. carbonn has the right to ask for additional documentation or evidence to support the accuracy of information. carbonn reserves the right to limit the use of information if the cCR Registered Government fails to provide the additional information or evidence or if it is found inappropriate by carbonn.
  7. carbonn cannot be held liable due to consequences of the inaccuracy of the data and information provided by the cCR Reporting Government.
  8. carbonn has the right to use the data provided by the cCR Registered Government to compile, produce or disseminate aggregated reports.
  9. carbonn has the right to compile, produce or disseminate relevant reports of the carbonn Participant, that is available to cCR Registered Government users or general public, based on the data provided by the carbonn Participant.
  10. carbonn and partners involved in the governance have access to the raw data of the cCR Registered Government for information purposes.
  11. Integration of raw data of a cCR Reporting Government for any fee-based services developed by carbonn to any third Party requires a prior communication of the written approval of the concerned cCR Reporting Government to carbonn.

cCR Terms of Conditions for EHCC Candidates:

  1. Terms and Conditions for “cCR Registered Government” and “cCR Reporting Government” applies to local governments that register to EHCC Candidates as appropriate.
  2. Any EHCC Registered Government can become a EHCC candidate Government only after reporting at least one commitment and one mitigation action, which enables the city to use the logo of EHCC in relevant cCR documents.
  3. By enrolling to the EHCC, the local government gives the authority to carbonn to share the reported information with WWF and its relevant partners engaged in the EHCC process. These data will be solely used for the purpose of the EHCC National/Global Capital selection process.

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