Find the resources you need to create a more circular, people-centered, resilient, low-emissions, and nature-based community.
While local governments face considerable legal hurdles in enacting climate policy, they also have significant authority to develop novel policies that can slash greenhouse gas
The priorities of local elected officials have evolved from filling potholes and trash collection to addressing racial and economic inequality, exacerbated by the climate crisis.
Urban structures including buildings, roads, and other infrastructure absorb and re-emit the sun’s heat — contributing to “islands” of high temperatures in cities and towns
Local governments are on the front lines of the climate crisis, implementing sustainability programs and land use decisions that directly affect the climate preparedness of
During the health crisis created by the novel coronavirus, local sustainability and resilience staff are experiencing a significant upheaval in their programming, budgets, and daily
Background: During the health crisis created by the novel coronavirus, local sustainability and resilience staff are experiencing a significant upheaval in their programming, budgets, and
Join ICLEI and Department of Energy’s CHP Technical Assistance Partnership for a webinar about how CHP can support local governments’ goals to boost energy resilience
Meet TEMPERATE, your local government’s adaptation planning companion. Azavea and ICLEI developed this tool as a low-cost option for communities to assess and address climate