C40 in the News
Financial Times: Cities have the boldest plans to deliver a sustainable future
The Mayors of Paris, Sydney, Tokyo and Cape Town argue, "it is now cities and businesses that are delivering the boldest ideas and most ambitious plans for a sustainable low carbon future."
Christiana Figueres: 3 signs that the world is already fighting back against climate change
Writing on the World Economic Forum blog, Christiana Figueres highlights several trends that should encourage optimism about the fight against climate change
La Tribune: Pollution: Anne Hidalgo met en garde les lobbys
La maire de Paris Anne Hidalgo met en garde les lobbys industriels (automobile, énergie...) : elle n'hésitera pas à rendre publique toute tentative d'ingérence vis-à-vis de sa politique environnementale.
La Vanguardia: Carmena quiere consultar a los vecinos cómo reducir el tráfico en la Gran Vía
La alcaldesa de Madrid, Manuela Carmena, ha asegurado hoy que "hay muchas alternativas" para transformar la Gran Vía de manera que se reduzca el tráfico privado y que quiere abrir un proceso de "participación ciudadana" para decidir cómo se acomete el cambio.
O Globo: Para desafogar o trânsito
No ambiente do controle da demanda do tráfego, a implementação da ‘taxa decongestionamento’ deveria ser considerada pelo novo prefeito
SAVE THE DATE: Powerful Women in Politics & Business to Convene for the Women4Climate Conference in NYC on March 15th
C40 Cities presents the Women4Climate Conference: a half-day event to leverage the power of women in politics & business and empower the next generation of women who will shape our future.
C40 Office in Copenhagen to Connect Cities and Businesses to Tackle Climate Change
C40 – the world’s leading climate network for megacities – opens a permanent base in Copenhagen today. New base will create closer collaboration between cities and the private sector to speed up transition to low-carbon economies
Deadline Extended for Cities to Apply to Host 2018 Cities and Climate Change Science Conference
The deadline for cities to apply to host the 2018 Cities and Climate Change Science Conference has been extended to January 31, 2017. This key event, co-sponsored by the IPCC, will further develop the scientific understanding of climate change and cities, in support of the implementation of the Paris Agreement, the New Urban Agenda, and the Sustainable Development Goals.
Press Release: More Than 23,000 Citizens Demand Car Companies Support Megacity Pledge To Ditch Diesel By 2025
More than 23,000 citizens from cities around the world have joined city leaders in their campaign to reduce urban air pollution by signing a global petition demanding that vehicle manufacturers lead an air quality transformation.
American Mayors Pledge Climate Leadership In Response To United States Presidential Election
Speaking at the C40 Mayors Summit in Mexico City, Mayors from cities across the United States have urged president-elect Donald Trump to recognize the real and urgent threat that climate change poses to the world’s cities, and to support them as they enact policies and programs to combat climate change.