C40 in the News
El Pais: Ciudades (SOS)tenibles
Si la mayor amenaza para la sostenibilidad del planeta se origina en los entornos urbanos, desde este ámbito se tienen que buscar soluciones
The Guardian: The death of diesel: has the one-time wonder fuel become the new asbestos?
The political leaders that make up the C40 group of global megacities are all taking steps to crack down on diesel vehicles and reduce smog.
Japan Today: Cities: Solving global problems
As governments around the world struggle to deal with the burdens of globalization and shifting social politics, focus has turned to cities as the drivers of innovation and the problem solvers of the future.
Canada Newswire: Diplomatie urbaine et lutte aux changements climatiques
Le maire de Montréal, Monsieur Denis Coderre, accompagné de M. Mark Watts, directeur exécutif de C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group ont présenté leur vision du leadership des métropoles dans la lutte aux changements climatiques, dans une discussion animée par Monsieur Stephen Guilbeault, cofondateur et directeur principal d'Équiterre, devant des centaines de participant au Conseil des relations internationales de Montréal
Reuters: Cities must lure private dollars fast to meet climate goals
Cities must find ways to tap major private investment fast if they are to build the "green" infrastructure needed to help prevent global warming reaching dangerous levels, experts say.
Curbed: How you can help your city fight climate change
Daily actions, political engagement, and community activity you can do right now
Huffington Post: Clean Air Is A Right For All Urban Citizens
Half of all people on earth live in cities. We can no longer accept toxic air as part of urban life.
New York Times: A Voice From Paris on Climate Change
Anne Hidalgo, mayor of Paris, is also chairwoman of C40, a network of the world’s biggest cities committed to addressing climate change. As mayor, despite strong opposition, she has closed parts of the city — including along the bank of the Seine River — to traffic. Recently, I asked Ms. Hidalgo about her interest in environmental issues and why women are important to the solutions.
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