C40 in the News
Libération: TRIBUNE Les nations peuvent dès à présent appliquer l’Accord de Paris en soutenant les villes
Par Anne Hidalgo, Maire de Paris , Eduardo Paes, Maire de Rio de Janeiro et Miguel Angel Mancera, Maire de Mexico
Society: Anne Hidalgo - Rive Gauche [French]
Profile of Mayor Anne Hidalgo
Nature - Give cities a seat at the top table
Building more strategic links between urban innovation and global governance will help to tackle today's grand challenges
Reuters: Oslo's radical climate budget aims to halve carbon emissions in four years
Oslo's leftist city government issued its first "climate budget" on Wednesday aiming to halve greenhouse gas emission within four years in one of the world's most radical experiments to slow global warming.
Expreso: México será sede de Cumbre 2016 del Grupo de Liderazgo Climático C40
La Ciudad de México reunirá a los alcaldes de más de 85 megalópolis mundiales en la Cumbre 2016 del Grupo de Liderazgo Climático C40, que se realizará del 30 de noviembre al 2 de diciembre próximos.
Guardian: New York City accelerates emissions efforts in face of daunting sea level rise
City to expand renewable energy generation, improve efficiency of buildings, transition to electric vehicles and improve waste management to cut emissions
Liberation: Climat : 24 villes, dont Paris, s'engagent à promouvoir les «bus propres»
Afin de réduire les émissions de gaz à effet de serre, la Ville de Paris a signé mercredi, aux côtés de 23 autres villes du monde, un engagement à promouvoir les «bus propres»
Politico: New York City report lays out detailed 'roadmap' to deep carbon emissions cuts
New York City has made progress on its path to cutting 80 percent of its carbon emissions by 2050, but there is much more to be done and the hard work is just beginning, according to an extensive report prepared by Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration.
Huffington Post - Parisians and Seoulites Walk Together On September 25 “Car-free Day”
By Mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo and Mayor of Seoul, Park Won-soon: What would the city streets look like without cars? On September 25th, two great cities on opposite sides of the globe - Seoul and Paris - will find out by handing over the streets to pedestrians. In both cities, the entire day will be designated “car-free,” banning cars from the iconic Sejong-daero in Seoul and Champs Elysées in Paris.
Sky News: Air pollution kills 16,000 Britons a year, says WHO
Mark Watts of the C40 group of world cities, a network set up to address climate change, said "radical and rapid action" was needed - but that some cities were already taking important steps. "C40 mayors around the world are taking actions like banning the most polluting vehicles from entering city centres and putting cleaner buses on the streets in order to cut emissions and protect the health of urban citizens," said Mr Watts.