World Mayors Council on Climate Change (WMCCC)
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2005-12 Montréal QC Canada
Dec 2005, Montréal QC (Canada), at the UN Climate Change Conference COP-13, following the entry into force of the T-XT9745 - Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Feb 2005.
Politically promote local-level policies addressing climate change and its impact on other areas; study the impact of climate change on cities and provide reports and recommendations for action; strengthen the political profile and impact of ICLEI's 'Cities for Climate Protection Campaign', 'Water Campaign and Local Action for Biodiversity' programme, 'GreenClimateCities' initiative and 'carbonn Cities Climate Registry (cCCR)'; widen and deepen this network of pro-active cities; foster international cooperation of municipal leaders on achieving relevant climate targets; help make multilateral mechanisms for global climate protection effective through local action and, through advocacy, influence negotiations on future global climate protection regimes; form local government delegations and secure funding to effectively represent the priorities of local governments at meetings of the United Nations and other relevant multilateral processes.
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