Cities and the Paris Agreement on Climate

The Paris Agreement on climate is a framework for countries to limit their greenhouse-gas emissions and contain the impact of global warming. Mayors were among the loudest voices lobbying in favor of the agreement, which entered into force in November, 2016. And cities will have an enormous role in its implementation, as they are simultaneously the source of 70 percent of greenhouse-gas emissions, and also where the most innovative low-carbon solutions are being implemented.

How a German city once synonymous with coal and steel became Europe's 'Green Capital'.
Simone d'Antonio February 16, 2017
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