carbonn Climate Registry
10.11.2015

Register your local climate commitments before COP21!

ICLEI calls on all cities, towns, states and regions around the globe to report their climate commitments – on mitigation (or low emission development) and adaptation – in the carbonn® Climate Registry (cCR). With less than a month to go to the international climate negotiations at COP21 in Paris, now is a crucial time to make your voice heard and to have your commitments recognized.

All local and subnational governments that have climate targets or commitments are urged to publicly share these on the carbonn® Climate Registry (cCR). The cCR platform is managed by ICLEI, a global network that supports subnational climate action.  It was created for and with the support of local and subnational governments. It is freely accessible, with an online and offline reporting option available.

The cCR was the first data provider of the UNFCCC NAZCA platform, which was created to show national governments the climate commitments, actions and performance of cities, towns and regions around the globe.  

You are invited to pool and showcase what you are doing, highlighting your leadership and proving  that the ambitious local climate action we require is already underway. You can also flag where you need financing of specific actions. We will follow up to include you in the Transformative Actions Program (TAP) project pipeline for 2016. We will use the collected commitments to provide a strong collective argument at the COP21, in our capacity as focal point for the Local Government and Municipal Authorities (LGMA) Constituency.

The new carbon Climate Registry Report will list by name all reporting jurisdictions, to recognize their leadership. This will be released on December 4th 2015.

To be listed in this report, please make sure to report on your climate commitments by 13 November 2015 at the latest!

At the COP 21? Then join us at the Cities & Regions Pavilion - TAP2015

You are also warmly invited to join us and many other partners at the Cities and Regions Pavilion - TAP 2015, in the publicly accessible Le Bourget area at COP 21 in Paris, France.  An exciting two-week program for cities and regions has been developed to showcase great actions and commitments. Do you want to know about current discussions on 100% Renewable Energy and whether this is feasible? Or do you wish to explore modern sustainable energy systems in buildings and districts? TAP2015 is the place to be, explore and network.

For more information on the Pavilion, please visit the TAP website.

For more information on reporting, please get in touch with the carbonn Team at: carbonn@iclei.org

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