ICLEI is the world´s leading association of cities and local governments dedicated to sustainable development. ICLEI is a powerful movement of 12 mega-cities, 100 super-cities, 450 large cities and urban regions as well as 450 small and medium-sized cities and towns in 83 countries. ICLEI promotes local action for global sustainability and supports cities to become sustainable, resilient, resource-efficient, biodiverse, low-carbon; to build a smart infrastructure; and to develop an inclusive, green urban economy with the ultimate aim to achieve healthy and happy communities. Find out more at www.iclei.org
Developed by the Arctic Council's Sustainable Development Working group, the Arctic Adaptation Exchange (AAE) facilitates knowledge exchange on climate change adaptation in the Arctic, and serves as a central information hub for communities, researchers and decision-makers in the public and private sectors.
Developed by the Collaborative for Advanced Landscape Planning (CALP), the Energy Explorer is an interactive online tool that maps energy usage and distribution throughout Metro Vancouver.
We'd like to take the time to celebrate the efforts made by the Town of Halton Hills in pursuing sustainability efforts at the community level!
The ICLEI World Congress 2015 recently took place from April 8-12 in Seoul, Republic of Korea. Entitled “Sustainable Solutions for an Urban Future," the conference gathered over 2,500 delegates from municipalities worldwide to share international knowledge concerning sustainable development activities and environmental issues.
Join ICLEI Canada as we showcase a new, exciting portal of adaptation options at both the World Water Congress 2015 (May 25-29) and the Resilient Cities Congress 2015 (June 8-10).