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Chinese Cities Show Climate Leadership on a Global Stage

By 2030, China is expected to have more than one billion urban dwellers, placing increasing pressures on the country’s cities and leaders to think innovatively in taking action against climate change. Fortunately, writes C40's Zach Tofias, Chinese cities are already stepping up, with the help of the C40 network. 

10 C40 cities meet in Addis Ababa to discuss transit-oriented development

Ten cities from six C40 regions around the world met in Addis Ababa in February for the first-ever Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Network Workshop. A range of key issues related to transit-oriented development were discussed over three days, including: public engagement and social equity; plans, policies and strategies for TOD; and implementation of TOD. Check out our photo blog on the workshop!

In Conversation: Matthew Pencharz, Senior Adviser to the Mayor of London for Environment and Energy, on London’s new role as “lead city” of C40 LEV Network

During a recent C40 clean bus workshop in Bogota*, London was named “lead city” of the C40 Low Emission Vehicle (LEV) Network. As lead city, London will play an important role in shaping LEV Network workstreams and act as a thought leader for cities around the world on LEV policies, projects and programmes.

Mayors Voices: Copenhagen Lord Mayor Frank Jensen on Driving Green Growth in Cities

In Copenhagen, we aim to achieve carbon neutral status in 2025 – becoming the first major global city to do so. However, we want to link efforts to reduce the impact of global warming with economic growth and job creation. Our main focus has been on creating a clean, green city with high standards of living. We want a city where people can enjoy living and working without harming the planet – we strongly believe this vision is possible and even more so when cities work collaboratively with each other and the private sector.