VIDEOS: City Climate Leadership Award Winners

At the City Climate Leadership Awards ceremony in New York in September, the C40 News team interviewed representatives from several of the winning cities.

Winning Cities

The interviews, which were also syndicated on Denmark’s largest TV network, gave the winners an opportunity to share the successes of their projects, the impact cities can have in a global context, and what it means to be part of C40. Interviewees include: Wilma Mansveld, State Minister for Infrastructure and Environment of the Netherlands; Robert Doyle, Lord Mayor of Melbourne; Matthew Pencharz, London Mayor's Senior Advisor on Environment and Energy; Annise Parker, Mayor of Houston; Manuel Sanroma, Barcelona's CIO for Urban Habitat Department; and Park Won-soon, Mayor of Seoul.

Melbourne

Melbourne won the Adaptation & Resilience Award for its Urban Landscapes Climate Adaptation Program. C40 interviewed Robert Doyle, Lord Mayor of Melbourne.

Seoul

Seoul won the Green Energy Award for its Make Seoul a City of Sunlight program. C40 interviewed Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon.

Portland

Portland won the Sustainable Communities Award for its Healthy Connected City Network – Strategic Initiatives Director of the Office of the Mayor Joshua Alpert shares his thoughts.

London

London won two awards: the Air Quality Award and the Carbon Measurement & Planning Award. C40 interviewed Matthew Pencharz, Mayor's Senior Advisor on Environment and Energy.

Amsterdam

Wilma Mansveld, State Minister for Infrastructure and Environment of the Netherlands, speaks about Amsterdam winning the Finance & Economic Development Award for its Investment Fund.

To see all the winning projects, click here.