Webinar series

Want to learn more about how the most ambitious cities plan for climate change? Then join C40's Climate Action Planning Webinar Series to hear directly from cities about their climate action plans, including their targets, actions, challenges and best practices, as well as deep-dives on specific topics.

Inclusive Climate Action Webinar Series

Coming soon

The C40 Climate Action Planning Programme is excited to announce the launch of the new Inclusive Climate Action Webinar Series!

Climate change, and often the responses to it, are unfair. People who are socially, economically, culturally, politically, institutionally or otherwise marginalised are especially vulnerable to climate change. Moreover, these communities cannot always access the benefits of climate action.

If addressing climate change does not meet the needs of city residents, mayors and governments risk losing permission to act.

Join this new Inclusive Climate Action Webinar Series and learn more about what inclusive and equitable climate action looks like in practice in cities:

Barcelona plans for an environmentally just future 
Presented by the City of Barcelona
19 June 2019
Register here

OneNYC 2050: New York City's long-term strategic plan exemplifies the Green New Deal in action
Presented by New York
17 July 2019

Just Transition: advancing climate goals and building livelihoods for all
Presented by Just Transition, city partner to be confirmed
4 September 2019

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London Environment Strategy & 1.5°C Climate Action Plan

Claire Jamieson and Jazmin Burgess, Zero Carbon Policy Team, Greater London Authority – 02/07/2019 00:00 UTC   Find your time zone

London's Zero Carbon Policy Team shared its insights on the London's Environment Strategy and the accompanying 1.5ºC Compatible Climate Action Plan. Released in December 2018, with support from C40’s Deadline 2020 pilot programme, this is the city’s first strategy that brings together approaches to every aspect of London’s environment with the aim to deliver multiple benefits to Londoners, including delivering a zero carbon city. 

We learned, for example, how London used spatial models of the city's building and energy systems to assess the impact of specific policies, as well as the cost implications. The webinar also brought us closer to some of London's initiatives, such as 'London Business Climate Leaders', which brings leading businesses together to collaborate towards making a reality of London's zero carbon goals.


London Environment Strategy & 1.5°C Climate Action Plan

Shirley Rodrigues, Deputy Mayor for Environment and Energy, London – 01/24/2019 15:00 UTC   Find your time zone

The world is now clearly in the midst of a climate emergency. The Mayor's London Environment Strategy (May 2018) was one of the first plans of any world city to be compatible with the highest ambition of the Paris Agreement. It commits London to being a zero carbon city by 2050. It sets out the actions the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, will take, within his powers, to get there as soon as possible. 

London's Deputy Mayor for Environment and Energy, Shirley Rodrigues walks us through the London Environment Strategy and the accompanying 1.5ºC Compatible Climate Action Plan. Released in December 2018, with support from C40’s Deadline 2020 pilot programme, this is the city’s first strategy that brings together approaches to every aspect of London’s environment with the aim to deliver multiple benefits for Londoners, including delivering a zero carbon city.