List of incentives that city governments provide to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in their cities. Contains the type of incentive (monetary, recognition, etc), the potential beneficiary, and a description.
Housing 50% of the world’s population, cities are particularly vulnerable to climate change impacts. In 2017, some 370 cities disclosed their adaptation actions through CDP. Explore how these cities are building resilience to environmental impacts.
CDP is working in partnership with The Climate Group to provide the world’s first global platform for states and regions to measure, manage and disclose their greenhouse gas emissions. CDP and The Climate Group are united in their firm belief on the vital role that state and regional governments play in driving climate action and delivering sustainable economies that avoid dangerous climate change and leads to a net-zero emissions world. Use this data to explore GHG emissions from state and regional governments.
This dataset outlines the city-wide emissions including a breakdown of the gases as well as the overall changes in the emissions reported. Please contact email@example.com for further information on the breakdown of emissions under this protocol and on how to use this data.
CDP’s new infographic report ‘Who’s tackling urban water challenges’, produced in partnership with AECOM, the global infrastructure firm, and funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies, shows the first and most comprehensive dataset of global water action by cities and companies produced to date. Using information gathered from 569 cities and 1,432 companies, each reporting their water management activity, it illustrates how global cities and companies are responding to the escalating challenge of climate change and urban population growth.
Explore how cities and companies are acting on water, the CDP infographic report ‘Who’s in charge of Water Governance’, with case studies and full data is available at www.cdp.net/cities.