City/Local

As centers of population and energy use, cities generate a majority of our climate emissions. Local governments play a critical role in reducing emissions and in making communities resilient to climate change.

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Making the Clean Power Plan work with city energy goals
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C2ES and The US Conference of Mayors team up on climate
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Transportation emissions roll over power sector emissions
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Working together for more efficient buildings
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Cities need connection for climate action
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Using data to evaluate the equity of EV policies
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Collaborating on climate resilience in Anchorage
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Key Insights on Collaboration for a Resilient Anchorage

C2ES held a two-day Solutions Forum workshop in March 2016 in Anchorage, Alaska, focusing on opportunities for collaboration in building a climate-resilient Anchorage. About 50 business leaders, city, state, federal and tribal officials, nonprofit organizations, and other experts shared their …

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Collaboration for Climate Resilience in Stamford, Connecticut

The city of Stamford, Connecticut, is a corporate hub with more than 125,000 residents, the third largest city in the state. As a coastal city, Stamford is vulnerable to threats of climate change, extreme weather, and natural disasters, making it …

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Better EV decisions through data