This post is part of our live blog series from the Resilient Cities 2015 congress. For more live blogs, please click here. Nowadays the most powerful communication channels are television and internet – so why don’t we use them to communicate climate change adaption? A member of the BBC, Pam Vallance, today explained how the
#8 Days to Resilient Cities Asia-Pacific: Resilient Cities Asia-Pacific and the one-degree hypothesis
Post by Sharon Ferdinands, ICLEI South Asia According to an ongoing temperature analysis conducted by scientists at NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS), the average global temperature on Earth has increased by about 0.8° Celsius (1.4° Fahrenheit) since 1880. Two-thirds of the warming has occurred since 1975, at a rate of roughly 0.15-0.20°C per
Reposted from ICLEI USA. Article by Chad Tudenggongbu, Program Officer, ICLEI USA Next week the nations of the world will come together in Lima Peru in an effort to build momentum for a binding global climate accord. The negotiations come on the heels of the November 12 announcement of a landmark climate agreement between the
Food for decisions in Lima to scale-up actions towards and beyond Paris Ahead of the UN Lima Climate Change Conference (COP20/CMP10), the UNFCCC Secretariat has released a comprehensive Technical Paper (TP), together with four addendums on land-use, urban environment, carbon capture use and storage, and non-CO2 gases. The documents summarize over two years of intensive
Recife is an Urban-LEDS city. To learn more about the Urban-LEDS project, please visit the website.
Recife has a unique tropical environment with six rivers and 66 canals, mangroves and coral reefs. Recife will be the first city in the North and Northeast regions of Brazil to measure greenhouse gas emissions in the city and to set incremental goals to reduce these pollutants by 2020. It’s one of the two Urban-LEDS