carbonn Cities Climate Registry
Local Climate Action the World can count on
  • 423
    Reporting participants
    Million people represented
    (That's one-seventh of the global urban population!)
  • 566
    Community commitments
    Government commitments
    Of community commitments
    more ambitious than the Kyoto
    Protocol targets
  • 771
    Government and Community GHG Inventories
    Gigatons of reported CO2e per year
    Percentage of reported emissions emitted by cities with a population of 0.5-5 million inhabitants
  • 3082
    Mitigation Actions
    Adaptation Actions
    US$ 145bn
    worth of investments reported in the cCCR

The carbonn Cities Climate Registry (cCCR) is the leading global reporting platform of local climate action. It enables cities and Local Governments to demonstrate their power and potential to reduce climate risks and move towards global low-emissions and climate resilient development through the reporting of energy and climate commitments, greenhouse gas emissions as well as mitigation and adaptation actions.

Climate action transparency key to trustworthiness

New carbonn Cities Climate Registry (cCCR) report reveals that global voluntary reporting of local climate action triggers trustworthiness, access to finance...

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24. July 2014

GPC 2.0 – an improved harmonized method for measuring cities’ GHG emissions - now open for public comments!

Take the first version and make it even more powerful. [more]

03. July 2014

Webinars Earth Hour City Challenge

Dates and recording available here! Fechas y grabación aquí! Dates et enregistrements ici![more]

23. June 2014

Join the Earth Hour City Challenge 2014 – 2015!

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) with the support of ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability (ICLEI) is pleased to announce that cities from 18 countries are invited to participate in the new Earth Hour City Challenge...[more]



3 July: Webinars Earth Hour City Challenge 2014-2015

Registration links to official presentation of the EHCC to cities in participating countries[more]

15th Breakfast @ Sustainability

18 February: Brussels 15th Breakfast @ Sustainability How do Warsaw's climate talks impact on local and regional climate and energy action planning and finance? International climate negotiations are sometimes perceived as...[more]

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