Cities & Climate Change
Science Conference

March 5-7, 2018

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

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On March 5-7, 2018

The CitiesIPCC Cities and Climate Change Science Conference aims to inspire the next frontier of research focused on the science of cities and climate change. The conference is organized by CitiesIPCC and will be held in Edmonton from March 5-7, 2018.

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New York City Council approves legislation to cut building emissions by 40% in 2030. “I hope other cities follow suit,” states council speaker Corey Johnson. A huge milestone for the climate action of today!.

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Here are innovative examples of 3 US cities that are preparing for climate change: https://t.co/seIX4CWR60

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Exciting news this week, #Washington state will run completely on carbon neutral power by 2030 and #NewYorkCity will spend $14bn on cutting its footprint.

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ICYMI: UN Special Envoy for Climate Action @mikebloomberg is contributing $5.5 million to the UN climate negotiations budget, filling the gap in federal funding to the @UNFCCC to support international climate efforts.

Bloomberg plugs US funding gap for UN climate body

The billionaire philanthropist has contributed $5.5 million to cover international climate negotiation costs and related initiatives in the private se...

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the Global Research and Action Agenda on Cities and Climate Change Science

The Research and Action Agenda, co-developed with CitiesIPCC conference participants, the primary output of the CitiesIPCC conference has been finalized, and is now available.

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Partners Statement

On March 7, 2018, On the last day the CitiesIPCC Cities and Climate Change Science Conference in Edmonton, 10 of the leading urban and scientific global organizations presented “The Science We Need for the Cities We Want: Working together to implement the global research and action agenda on cities and climate change” a joint statement describing how they will work together to support the implementation of the global research and action agenda on cities and climate change.

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Conference Photographs and Webcast Recordings

Watch webcasts of the CitiesIPCC Conference plenaries and associated opening and closing press conferences and view photographs

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Participant Posters and Presentations

View Cities IPCC Conference participants’ posters and presentations slides presented during the parallel sessions including the Youth Session white paper.

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Read an Update on the Research Agenda Timeline

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Conference Location

9797 Jasper Ave, Edmonton, AB T5J 1N9

The Shaw Conference Centre is Situated in the city’s vibrant downtown core atop the banks of the North Saskatchewan River, the central location offers easy access to Edmonton’s major hotels, restaurants, theatre venues, river valley and shops.

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