Download the Reporting Instructions and begin reporting today!
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3rd Webinar for Cities OPCC 2017-2018 on the cCR
4th Webinar for Cities OPCC 2017-2018 on the cCR
5th Webinar for Cities OPCC 2017-2018 on the cCR
2nd Webinar for Cities OPCC 2017-2018 on the cCR
Webinar para ciudades candidatas Desafío de Ciudades_WWF 2017-2018: Reportar en el cCR
In 2016, WWF’s One Planet City Challenge (formerly the Earth Hour City Challenge) celebrated five years in the running! In this time over 328 local governments' have made ambitious commitments and reported on big win actions in the carbonn Climate Registry. Gain inspiration from collective progress and city case studies, thus far, in the 2016 WWF City Challenge Digest.
 See above for map of participating countries, or contact the WWF One Planet Cities Core Team, pending any changes at: email@example.com.
 The OPCC was formally called the Earth Hour City Challenge (EHCC). Its name was changed in 2017, to reflect wider ambitions, beyond Earth Hour. Still, cities are encouraged to use Earth Hour to highlight and celebrate climate actions in cities and towns.
 Jury members are international urban sustainability experts, representing research institutes, UN agencies, multilateral development banks and international city networks. WWF is in contact with the jury, but recuses itself from the selection of winners.