How Your Local Government Can Support the Paris Agreement

International climate agreements are forged by national governments, with far-reaching implications for sub-national governments, businesses, institutions, and individuals. The webinar above focuses on how state and local governments can stay engaged in international climate action and the mechanisms for doing so. Panelists: Angie Fyfe, Executive Director, ICLEI USA; Reed Schuler Senior Policy Advisor to Governor Jay Inslee of […]

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The American Resilience Roadtrip: New Orleans Models Green Infrastructure in Gentilly Resilience District

The American Resilience Roadtrip series follows concerned citizen Ben Colombo on a year-long, 50-state tour to find out how city governments, citizen groups, nonprofits, and others are making their communities more sustainable, more resilient, and better served. Follow Ben and ICLEI USA on Twitter and Instagram as we discover a more sustainable, more compassionate USA thriving at the ground level. […]

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The American Resilience Roadtrip: Center for Planning Excellence Moves Louisiana Toward Statewide Resilience

The American Resilience Roadtrip series follows concerned citizen Ben Colombo on a year-long, 50-state tour to find out how city governments, citizen groups, nonprofits, and others are making their communities more sustainable, more resilient, and better served. Follow Ben and ICLEI USA on Twitter and Instagram as we discover a more sustainable, more compassionate USA thriving at the ground level. […]

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Local Leaders in the ICLEI USA Network Support International Climate Action

ICLEI USA mayors and council members comprise the U.S. delegation to the COP21 events in Paris The national government of the United States has walked away from international climate action by announcing its intention to withdraw from the Paris Agreement — ICLEI and its members have not. Since the early 1990’s – long before President […]

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