by Tim Lazaroff
Don’t miss out! Our #7thSummitCOP15 kicks off tomorrow & will explore was the Engage, Influence & Act #ForNature & biodiversity Summit co-hosts: @MRIF_Quebec @MTL_Ville @UNBiodiversity @ICLEI @Regions4SD & partners City of Kunming, @UNEP #CitiesWithNature, #RegionsWithNature https://t.co/wbtYmTLbBm
[TOMORROW] Join this #UrbanByNature webinar on realizing different nature-based solutions projects with close community collaboration, as well as technical implementation of such initiatives. DATE: 6 Dec, 11:00 CET LINK: https://t.co/eL4cfFqP4S with @CLEVER_Cities https://t.co/Ery9ntCBKR
[PODCAST] About a decade ago, the Icelandic city of Akureyri asked itself a question: Can we become carbon neutral? Catch and repurpose literally all of our pollution? They decided to try. https://t.co/7tY4zbZAgk - via @ContextNewsroom https://t.co/0i9bt72Eqr
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In a rapidly urbanizing world, local governments and their communities play a pivotal role in tackling climate change and advancing sustainability in cities. The Ambitious City Promises project, led by ICLEI, was designed to advance this work by capacitating local governments, engaging citizens and driving climate action through Low Emission Development Strategies (LEDS).
The ICLEI World Secretariat was responsible for project management and coordination. ICLEI Southeast Asia Secretariat and ICLEI East Asia Secretariat were also implementing partners. The Seoul Metropolitan Government was a supporting partner.
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