Summary of the event launching the policy brief “Localising NDCs with inspiration from the 2030 Agenda – A closer look at Voluntary Local Reviews (VLRs) and Voluntary National Reviews (VNRs)”.
The Collaborative Climate Action report was officially launched on with contributions elaborating on the importance of subnational and multi-level climate action, as well as practical examples from Indonesia.
NDCs provide an opportunity to enhance subnational climate action and institutionalise multi-level climate governance, as our analysis of NDCs from Colombia, Peru and Kenya highlights.
The updated version of the Leipzig Charter is the central document for integrated urban development in Europe and is strong on demanding self-confident action from cities and emphasising multi-level collaboration.
GIZ, UN Habitat and the NDCP Partnership hosted a joint event focussing on the question of how to secure multi-level coordination of climate action measures in light of COVID19, and what urban climate action can contribute to the NDCs and post-COVID recovery.
Joining the calls for a global green recovery, local and national decision-makers from Kenya and the Philippines shared best practices of collaboration across governance levels.
The concluding session of our three-part event series took a closer look at climate projects in the capital of Georgia, in Tbilisi, and in Hermosillo, Mexico.
The second event of the Climate Policy Meets Urban Development series focused on how climate projects can be mainstreamed into cities’ governance frameworks.
The Climate Policy Meets Urban Development event series kicked off with contributions on the German multi-level climate support architecture of the National Climate Initiative (NCI) and its mechanisms to foster local climate projects.