C40 in the News
January 28, 2015Beyond City Limits: Potential cost savings from conserving water sources
The Nature Conservancy, in partnership with C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group and the International Water Association, provides evidence about how protecting water at its source improves water quality and where it is most cost effective.
January 26, 2015EMBARQ's City Fix: Six Mayors Who Bike
January 21, 2015American Society of Landscape Architects: Cites and Transportation
Out of the C40’s list of the top things cities can do to reduce climate change, 14 relate to transportation and urban development.
January 15, 2015Shaping tomorrow’s cities at World Future Energy Summit
“Mayors across the globe are forging ahead with programs and policies that not only make their cities greener, healthier places to live, but also drive economic benefits,” said Mark Watts, executive director of C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group and moderator of the “Cities as Leaders on Climate Action” panel.
January 14, 2015NRDC Switchboard: Counting Up Cities' Energy Savings and Climate Commitments
C40 found that 228 city governments, representing 436 million people, have already set targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. If they meet these targets, they will cumulatively save 13 gigatons of CO2 by 2050--equivalent to what China and India together emit in a year.