The letter to ICLEI network cities below is from ICLEI USA Executive Director Angie Fyfe, published in the newly released report Let’s Talk Communities & Climate: Communication Guidance for City and Community Leaders. The report is designed to help experienced and novice climate change communicators by synthesizing the latest academic research and message testing on climate communications. Download the full […]
Spurred by calls from the communities most exposed to climate change impacts, the Paris Climate Agreement set the ambitious goal of limiting the end-of-century global average temperature increase to 1.5° Celsius (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit) above pre-industrial levels. The Paris Agreement includes Nationally Determined Contributions, reductions in GHG emissions by country — which offer this reality: […]
ICLEI USA Executive Director Angie Fyfe meets with United Nations Secretary General Bank Ki-Moon to mark the occasion of the Paris Agreement’s entry in to force, November 4, 2016. Secretary General Ban called the special meeting for civil-society leaders at UN Headquarters in New York City to acknowledge the role civil society played in advocating […]
The Resilience Dialogues: White House Announces Collaboration to Support Community Climate Resilince
This blog post is shared with permission from The White House Blog, and was originally published October 31, 2016, at www.WhiteHouse.gov. ICLEI USA is proud to be a community-based network working in collaboration with The White House and partners on the Resilience Dialogues. Visit the Resilience Dialogues website to start a dialogue in your community, […]
We continue our blog series with Kirkland, WA which is a growing community of about 86,000 in King County outside of Seattle, WA. We sat down “virtually” with Van Sheth, Management Analyst with 15 years experience at the City to learn more about the City’s climate and sustainability goals through Kirkland Green as well as her experience with ClearPath.