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Check out our second webinar on integrated climate action!

20 November 2014 

“Long-term success of adaptation depends on the scope and success of mitigation efforts – adaptation should not replace mitigation but should recognize mitigation as a fundamental form of long-term adaptation and aim to integrate the approaches and objectives” Astrid Westerlind-Wigström, Resilient Cities 2014 

Our second webinar on Integrated Climate Action was concluded yesterday, 19 November 2014. The topic of linking climate change mitigation and adaptation was presented by three city representatives and spurred an interesting Q&A session. A brief presentation on how carbonn Climate Registry can contribute to an integrated climate action approach launched the webinar yesterday, followed by an introduction of Bogota’s Humana Development Plan and an overview of Surrey’s Community Climate Action Strategy.

The live recording and full presentations of this webinar are here.

Join Resilient Cities second webinar session!

12 November 2014

Resilient Cities is in the midst of its 2014 webinar sessions. Join our upcoming webinar focusing on strategies for integrating climate change adaptation and mitigation as part of a holistic climate change action approach. 

Integrated Climate Action: Linking adaptation and mitigation

Wednesday, 19 November, 17:00-18:00 CET


  • Lucas de Moncuit, Project Officer, carbonn Center, ICLEI World Secretariat
  • Francisco Bocanegra Polania, Advisor, Environmental Control Division, Bogotá Municipality, Colombia
  • Anna Mathewson, Sustainability Manager, City of Surrey, Canada
  • Carrie Baron, Drainage & Environment Manager, City of Surrey, Canada

The webinar is free of charge. For more information on past and upcoming webinars please visit our website

Check out our first webinar on ICT solutions in adaptation!

7 November 2014

Our first webinar of the year concluded successfully on November 6th. The webinar focused on how the application of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT's) in adaptation planning can enhance the adaptive capacity of local communities to climate change, as well as facilitate their engagement in local resilience-building actions. The speakers highlighted the importance of ICT solutions for resilience and shared practical examples of their implementation in Bologna, Italy and Uganda. A fruitful Q&A followed at the end of the presentations.

The live recording and full presentations of this webinar are here

Open European Day 2014 conference report is published

3 November 2014

On 28 May 2014, around 110 representatives from mainly local authorities but also research institutions and other stakeholders gathered for the second edition of the Open European Day as a part of the global Resilient Cities conference in Bonn, Germany. This conference report summarizes the lively discussions during that day and sheds light on several emerging themes, strategic questions and practical solutions. The last section of the conference report presents some conclusions and recommendations for the achievement of more resilient European cities in the future. Download the full report here