Ramat Gan is preparing for the climate crisis and is launching a vast environmental project with the support of the European Union.
Clima-Med presents the third film of a series that showcases Israeli cities’ commitment to dealing with climate change effects, focusing on green technologies
The Clima-Med project and the city of Batloun, a partner of Clima-Med in Lebanon and a CoM Med signatory, joined the World Urban Forum (WUF11) the premier global conference on sustainable urbanization in the Polish city of Katowice, from June 26 to 30,2022, at the invitation of the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy.
The Covenant of Mayors for the Mediterranean, CoM Med, was represented at the International Recycling and Waste Management Fair (RWM) in Tangier to promote the initiative’s activities
In the authentic city of Tangier, where the Mediterranean and the Atlantic converge, the first edition of the international recycling and waste management exhibition (RWM) was held from June 22 to 25, 2022.
On June the 2nd, under the Mediterranean sunlight and the hot summer of Catania in Sicily, the Festival of Mediterranean Citizens was launched. It was dedicated and open to all citizens who believe they can shape a community while recognising common roots and interests in diversity and building a culture of rights, democracy, and equality.
Clima-Med’s second film of a series celebrates Jordanian cities’ commitment to tackling climate challenges while struggling to face its effects.
Clima-Med featured in the Global Synthesis Report on Local Climate Action issued by the Climate Chance Observatory
More than six years after the Paris Agreement, and less than two years before the Global Stocktake planned in the Article 14, the world is still not on track to limit global warming to 2°C compared to pre-industrial area, and even less to 1.5°C (Climate Action Tracker, 2021). It is now certain that even the Covid-19 pandemic did not stop the rise in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions: it just paused it.
Africa-Europe Week : Exploring the critical partnership between youth and cities to accelerate climate action
As part of the Africa-Europe Week (14 -18 February), the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy (GCoM) secretariat, the Covenant of Mayors in Sub-Saharan Africa (CoM SSA) secretariat, with the support of the Covenant of Mayors for the Mediterranean (CoM Med/Clima Med) hosted a session entitled, “Youth and Cities vs Climate Change: How cities, local organisations and youth can team up to fight climate change”.