C40 in the News
CityLab: Cities Are Rising in Influence and Power on the Global Stage
Cities are challenging their invisibility in global governance structures, like the United Nations, by forging new alliances to influence international policy.
The Telegraph: A new green revolution can fix our relationship with the Earth by 2030
A new drive for cooperation is propelling civil society, labour leaders, company CEOs and some governments to join together to bind business, communities and policy makers into new forms of common environmental action.
Clean Technica: City Of Sydney Announces 100% Renewable Energy Target
The City of Sydney, on Australia’s east coast, announced last week that it intends to further cut its greenhouse gas emissions by transitioning to 100% renewable energy to meet all its electricity needs starting next year.
Le Monde: De Sciences Po à la collecte d’épluchures
Clara Duchalet, 25 ans, a créé dans les Hauts-de-Seine un système de récupération des déchets organiques des restaurants. Cette jeune diplômée de Sciences Po les transforme en compost pour faire pousser des légumes, qu’elle vend aux restaurateurs.
MSN Indonesia: Anies Akan Ganti Bus BBM Jadi Listrik
Governor of Jakarta Anies Baswedan will replace fuel buses to electricity.
BBC: London air pollution: Pupils' bags to monitor toxic air levels
Some 250 pupils from five primary schools across the capital will wear the bags to and from school for a week.
CNN: Mayors support striking students
Mayors around the world have expressed their support for the student protests.
The Guardian: How to get more women cycling in cities
To cut greenhouse gas emissions we need to increase cyclist numbers and that means getting more women on their bikes.
CNN: Empower women to avert climate crisis
Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo launched the Women4Climate initiative to nurture the next generation of women climate leaders in cities around the world.
MENA Herald: Dubai Hosts First Workshop Conducted by The C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group
The C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group recently conducted its first workshop for the Mass Transit Network – hosted in Dubai – centered around the theme ‘promoting the use of mass transit in cities with harsh climates. The workshop gathered representatives from thirteen international cities, including Dubai.