ICLEI is the world´s leading association of cities and local governments dedicated to sustainable development. ICLEI is a powerful movement of 12 mega-cities, 100 super-cities, 450 large cities and urban regions as well as 450 small and medium-sized cities and towns in 83 countries. ICLEI promotes local action for global sustainability and supports cities to become sustainable, resilient, resource-efficient, biodiverse, low-carbon; to build a smart infrastructure; and to develop an inclusive, green urban economy with the ultimate aim to achieve healthy and happy communities. Find out more at www.iclei.org
ICLEI Canada cordially invites Canadian cities to showcase their leadership in reducing GHGs and join the Earth Hour City Challenge!
States, regions and cities signed the first-ever Pan-American action statement on climate change on July 9, 2015.
Developed by the Collaborative for Advanced Landscape Planning (CALP), the Energy Explorer is an interactive online tool that maps energy usage and distribution throughout Metro Vancouver.
Congratulations to the district of Saanich on their enthusiastic effort to pursue a broad range of climate change adaptation practices and action plans, and for engaging the community at a local level through various programs and opportunities.
Trois jeux amusants et engageants pour éduquer les communautés sur le changement climatique et la résilience!
Today the World Resources Institute (WRI), C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group (C40) and ICLEI launched the first widely endorsed standard for cities to measure and report their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions
We are proud to announce the launch of our first mobile app, Get Ready: The Game of Home Hazard Preparedness! ICLEI has also developed three other fun and engaging games to educate communities about climate change and resilience!
As part of the City of Vancouver’s Transportation 2040 Plan, the City’s improved and expanded wayfinding system has updated and installed maps around the city that will help pedestrians find routes more easily and walk more frequently.
The UCCRN is accepting submissions of case studies for their Second Assessment Report on Climate Change until August 15, 2014. Does your city have innovative approaches to adaptation and mitigation to showcase?