Milan

Italy
Mayor Giuseppe Sala, Elected 2016

Milan in our Blog

Nuestras ciudades están en el frente de la crisis del cambio climático. La subida del nivel del mar amenaza a millones de ciudadanos con inundaciones y, a su vez, los inviernos más fríos y los veranos más calurosos afectan especialmente a las zonas más vulnerables de nuestras ciudades. Las emisiones nocivas de los vehículos que circulan por el centro de nuestras ciudades contaminan el aire que respiran nuestros hijos. 

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Nos villes sont en première ligne de la crise du changement climatique. L’élévation du niveau de la mer menace des millions de personnes avec des inondations, pendant que des hivers plus froids et des étés plus chauds accablent les plus vulnérables de nos villes. Les émissions nocives des véhicules qui roulent dans nos centres urbains polluent l’air que nos enfants respirent.

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Our cities are on the frontline of the climate change crisis. Rising sea levels threaten millions of citizens with flooding, while colder winters and hotter summers take their toll on the most vulnerable in our cities. The noxious emissions from vehicles passing through our city centres pollute the air that our children breathe. 

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Today, C40 announced the 35 finalists competing in ten urban climate action categories for the fourth-annual C40 Cities Awards, sponsored by Bloomberg Philanthropies and BYD. The winners will be announced on December 1, 2016, at a ceremony in Mexico City, held alongside the sixth biennial C40 Mayors Summit.

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Recently, Mayor of Milan Giuliano Pisapia hosted Rohit Aggarwala, Special Advisor to the C40 Chair, at Milan’s City Hall Palazzo Marino to discuss a stronger collaboration and the establishment of Milan as the regional seat of C40 in Europe. The two also discussed the measures Milan has taken toward reducing carbon emissions at a city level.

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Seconda più grande città d’Italia con uno dei più alti tassi di auto in Europa, Milano ha varato negli ultimi anni una serie di misure per combattere l’inquinamento dell’aria e la congestione del traffico. Nel 2008 la città ha lanciato “Ecopass”, una misura basata sul principio “chi inquina paga”. Nel gennaio 2012 è partito invece il Programma “Area C”, risultato di grande successo.

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As the second largest city in Italy with one of the highest rates of car ownership in all of Europe, Milan has launched several measures over the past few years to combat air pollution and traffic congestion. In 2008, the city launched a road pricing measure called “Ecopass” based on the “polluter pays principle”. In January 2012 it created the widely successful Area C program.

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