ICLEI and CDP have partnered to present one unified process for subnational climate action reporting. From April 2019, local and regional governments will report through one simplified entry point, making subnational reporting on climate change easier worldwide.
Local and regional governments will report once through CDP’s platform. Publicly reported data will be automatically shared with ICLEI.
No, the support previously provided will continue and expand. All local and regional governments that report through CDP’s platform by 10th July 2019, will receive support including access to CDP analytics that benchmark your local and regional government against your peers. CDP then also provides score feedback.
For the ICLEI network of cities, towns and regions, the ICLEI World Secretariat will continue to provide data quality control services and provide feedback to improve the quality of reporting, as well as giving analysis and guidance. ICLEI Regional Offices will support with training and mentoring local and regional governments as they report.
You will also have the opportunity to have your data featured in case studies, infographics and academic papers.
CDP and ICLEI will both use the self-reported local and regional government data to provide robust analysis - collaboratively or independently - of the climate actions being taken at subnational level across the world.
This data will also serve other ICLEI supported initiatives, such as WWF’s One Planet City Challenge (OPCC) and Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL)’s Building Efficiency Accelerator (BEA) initiative. See the full list of ICLEI supported initiatives here.
CDP makes publicly reported data available on their website and through their Open Data Portal. CDP use this data to produce analytics, snapshot reports, and feedback for local and regional governments on their score. This allows local and regional governments to monitor their progress against their peers worldwide.
ICLEI will continue to use the data to shape and substantiate messages of the Local Governments and Municipal Authorities (LGMA) Constituency to the UNFCCC. These messages are shared with nations and UN agencies, to ensure that they are informed of subnational commitments, plans and activities. ICLEI is also working closely with other partners to call for subnational contributions to be embedded in their respective Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs).
For Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy (GCoM) committed cities, the response data is also shared with GCoM, once it has been validated.
Our new unified reporting system fully integrates the new Common Reporting Framework (CRF) of the Global Covenant. It is now one of two recognized GCoM reporting platforms along with the “My Covenant” platform of the EU Covenant of Mayors.
By reporting through this unified reporting system, your city will continue to be a part of the GCoM. If you reported data to GCoM through the CDP or cCR platforms in the past, that data has been transferred to the GCoM Secretariat already.
Your GCoM data will be checked after you submit your 2019 response. You will be updated on this process in the coming months.
If you are committed to the EU Covenant of Mayors then you can either choose to report through our new unified reporting system or the My Covenant platform. If you chose to report through CDP and ICLEI’s unified reporting system then your data will be shared with the EU Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy.
Reporting for this challenge will open in April 2019 and you can submit your response through CDP’s platform. WWF and ICLEI will support participating cities through the reporting process.
You can continue reporting as usual. If you report publicly, your data will be shared with ICLEI.
You now only have to report once through CDP’s platform, and your data will be shared with ICLEI.
You should report through CDP’s platform in 2019, and the data will be automatically shared with ICLEI. The services you previously received from ICLEI will remain the same and in addition you will receive analytics and scoring feedback from CDP.
To facilitate your transition to the new unified reporting system, we can transfer your cCR reporting data to the CDP platform, upon request. If you have data transfer needs, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org before the 17th of May 2019.
If you previously reported to CDP, you will be able to access your previous response through your personal dashboard within CDP’s system. Local and regional governments are asked to submit their climate information every year, but are able to use information reported the previous year as a basis. If your city submitted data through CDP’s platform in 2018, you may use the “copy forward” button on CDP’s platform to populate the relevant data from last year.
If you have reported through the carbonn Climate Registry, but not through CDP in 2018, you may request that some of your old information is uploaded into the system before you start working on your 2019 response. You can contact ICLEI through email@example.com to make this request.
You can contact either Cities@cdp.net or your regional contact. You can also reach out to your ICLEI regional contact and the carbonn Center - firstname.lastname@example.org can direct your query to the appropriate person.
If a local or regional government has reported their data publicly through CDP or cCR already, it will be automatically shared with the other. No further reporting is needed following this collaboration. Your historical report will be used by ICLEI to show an overview of trends and allow ICLEI to offer specific guidance for scaling up climate action.
This collaboration does not affect states and regions that have previously reported through CDP’s platform, including members of the Under2 Coalition, hosted by The Climate Group, or the RegionsAdapt initiative, hosted by nrg4SD.
States and regions that have previously reported through the carbonn Climate Registry will now be invited to report through our new unified reporting system.
Reporting in 2019 will open mi-April. In order to allow for data quality assessment, the reporting window will close 10 July. This allows local and regional governments 12 weeks to submit their response.