The carbonn® Climate Registry currently serves many important initiatives to strengthen local and subnational climate action. Each initiative addresses a specific target group and theme. ICLEI works with many partners to accelerate climate action. The Registry is also a prime data partner of the
UNFCCC’s Non State Actor Zone for Climate Action (NAZCA) Platform.
The Climate & Clean Air Coalition is the only global effort that unites governments, civil society and private sector, committed to improving air quality and protecting the climate in next few decades by reducing short-lived climate pollutants across sectors.
Complementary to mitigating CO2 emissions, the Coalition acts as a catalyst to create, implement and share immediate solutions addressing near-term climate change to improve people’s lives rapidly, and to ensure sustainable development for future generationsccacoalition.org
The Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy formally brings together the Covenant of Mayors and the Compact of Mayors to form the largest global coalition of over 7,400 cities from six continents and over 120 countries advancing city-level transitions to low emission and climate resilient economies through voluntary action.www.compactofmayors.org www.globalcovenantofmayors.org
The Compact of States and Regions will aggregate data to showcase overall GHG reduction contributions made by sub-national (regional and provincial) governments around the world as well as assess their progress toward those commitments through GHG inventory data.http://bit.ly/2aHAfDq
The District Energy in Cities Initiative is working to raise awareness on the opportunities and multiple benefits of district energy, communicate best practice, and inspire cities to take control of their heating and cooling sector through district energy.www.districtenergyinitiative.org
Earth Hour City Challenge (EHCC) is a challenge created by WWF to mobilize action and support from cities in the global transition towards a climate friendly one-planet future.The EHCC is run by WWF in collaboration with ICLEI and the Swedish Postcode Lottery.http://bit.ly/1fQwHL4
The One Planet City Challenge (OPCC) is a biennial challenge run by WWF, in collaboration with ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability. It encourages cities to commit to and implement ambitious climate action plans – the most ambitious cities are later recognized as national and global winners.wwf.panda.org/what_we_do/footprint/one_planet_cities/one_planet_city_challenge
The Transformative Actions Program (TAP) is an innovative initiative that aims to catalyze and improve capital flows to cities, towns and regions and strengthen the capacity of local and regional governments to access climate finance and attract investment.www.tap-potential.org