Boston and Stockholm Advance Towards Zero Waste
Boston and Stockholm join 25 other cities, states and regions committed to C40’s Advancing Towards Zero Waste Declaration. Combined, the 27 signatories will avoid disposal of at least 140 million tons of waste by 2030.
Amsterdam, Austin, Berlin, Jakarta and Liverpool commit to rid fossil fuels from city streets by 2030
Amsterdam, Austin, Berlin, Jakarta and Liverpool are the latest pioneering cities committing to ensure a major area of the city is zero emission by 2030 and to procure only zero-emission buses from 2025. 34 cities worldwide are now committed to C40’s Green and Healthy Streets Declaration - benefitting a total population of 165.5 million.
Oslo and Heidelberg Commit to Make New Buildings “Net Zero Carbon” by 2030
Oslo and Heidelberg Commit to Make New Buildings “Net Zero Carbon” by 2030. Regulations and planning policy will also target existing buildings to make them net zero carbon by 2050 to ensure cities deliver on the highest goals of Paris Agreement.
Government of Moscow Commits to Make the Streets of Moscow green and healthy by 2030
Moscow has joined 28 pioneering cities in committing to ensure a major area of the city is free from exhaust gases by 2030 and procure only zero-emission buses from 2025.
C40 Chair and Mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, Condemns Burning of Amazon Rainforest as “Crime Against Humanity.”
“The lungs of our shared planet are on fire. The Amazon rainforest is one of the most important common goods of humanity, and it is being burnt because of the irresponsible behaviour of a small number of international politicians and corporate executives.
Stockholm Mayor Anna König Jerlmyr elected as C40 Cities Steering Committee Member
Mayor Anna König Jerlmyr of Stockholm has been elected to the C40 Cities Steering Committee, the governing body providing strategic direction for the global network of 94 cities committed to taking bold climate action and cleaning the air we breathe.
Mayor Crivella Commits to Make the Streets of Rio Free from Fossil Fuels by 2030
Rio de Janeiro joins 27 C40 cities worldwide in committing to procure only zero-emission buses from 2025 and ensure a major area of the city is zero emission by 2030.
Mayor of Medellín Federico Gutiérrez calls for Latin American cities to embrace zero emission transport and lead the world on climate action
Mayor Federico Gutiérrez hosts World Cities Summit in Medellín, and calls upon all Latin American cities to accelerate progress on air quality and zero emission transportation. Rio de Janeiro and Santiago announce commitment to procure only zero-emission buses from 2025 and ensure a major area of the city is zero emission by 2030, joining 26 other cities worldwide in the declaration.
Guadalajara, Hermosillo and Monterrey to electrify major bus routes, cutting prices and improving air quality.
Electric buses will soon be introduced on the streets of Guadalajara, Hermosillo, and Monterrey, providing a new healthier way to travel. These cities will be supported by the C40 Cities Finance Facility (CFF) to develop the business case for introducing electric bus systems in each city. Electric buses save 50-60% of greenhouse gas emissions compared to diesel buses, as well as bringing significant air quality benefits and improving the health of passengers and residents. Citizens can also expect to see decreased noise pollution, reduced congestion and travel times.
Mayor of New Orleans Launches Mentorship Program to Empower Next Generation of Women Climate Leaders
Today, the City of New Orleans, in partnership with C40 and the Greater New Orleans Foundation, announced the launch of a new mentorship program to support the next generation of women climate leaders.