• Our Agenda
				ICLEI defines following 10 Agendas, priority action areas, that require collective action in order to secure sustainability at the local and global level: Sustainable City, Low-carbon City, Resource-efficient & Productive City, Resilient City, BiodiverCity, Smart City, EcoMobile City, Happy, Healthy and Inclusive Communities, Sustainable Local Economy & Procurement, Sustainable City-Region Cooperation

    Our Agenda

    ICLEI defines following 10 Agendas, priority action areas, that require collective action in order to secure sustainability at the local and global level: Sustainable City, Low-carbon City, Resource-efficient & Productive City, Resilient City, BiodiverCity, Smart City, EcoMobile City, Happy, Healthy and Inclusive Communities, Sustainable Local Economy & Procurement, Sustainable City-Region Cooperation

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ICLEI Strategy 2015-2021
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04.12.2016 - 17.12.2016

Biodiversity COP13 (Cancun, Mexico)

The thirteenth meeting of the Conference of the Pa


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29.11.2016

Resilient Cities 2017 (Bonn, Germany)

8th Global Forum on Urban Resilience and Adaptatio


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 PAST EVENTS

07.11.2016 - 18.11.2016

UNFCCC COP22 (Marrakesh, Morocco)

The 22nd session of the Conference of the Parties


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03.11.2016 - 04.11.2016

1st World Community Power Conference (Fukushima, Japan)

WCPC will bring leading community power stakeholde


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17.10.2016 - 20.10.2016

HABITAT Ⅲ (Quito, Ecuador)

Habitat III is the United Nations Conference on Ho


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ICLEI MEMBER'S MESSAGE

Aichi Prefecture:
Governor Hideaki Omura

Aichi Prefecture hosted the 2005 World Exposition, Aichi, Japan, the world’s first international exposition that took the environment as its main theme, the 10th Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity.

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Iida City:
Mayor Mitsuo Makino

Iida City is a self-declared “environmental and cultural city,” and so, while constantly reviewing the relationships between human beings and nature, we implement environmental policies aiming to create a city where all activities--from daily life to industrial development--harmonize with the environment.     …more

Itabashi City:
Mayor Takeshi Sakamoto

In 1993, Itabashi City declared “Ecopolis Itabashi - Environmental Declaration” to create a city that coexists with the environment, and in 1995, it opened the Ecopolis Center, a comprehensive facility to educate citizens in the environment and recycling.

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Kawasaki City:
Mayor Norihiko Fukuda

2014 was a memorable year for Kawasaki City as it marked the 90th anniversary of the establishment of Kawasaki City as a municipality. It came into being in 1924 as a city with a population of 48,000, and since then, it has led Japan in the process of the nation’s industrialization.  … more

Sendai City:
Mayor Emiko Okuyama

In order to resolve global environmental issues, including global warming, it is necessary that all cities in the world work more closely together to implement various environmental conservation initiatives.

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Nagoya City:
Mayor Takashi Kawamura

In 2010, Nagoya City hosted COP10 as well as the City Biodiversity Summit, the latter of which ICLEI participated as a co-sponsor. The close cooperation between the city and ICLEI allowed the Summit to become a success.

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Musashino City:
Mayor Morimasa Murakami

As exemplified by the progress of globalization in recent years and the tightening of environmental restrictions such as global warming, resources and energy, and biodiversity, the environment surrounding the municipality of Musashino City is undergoing major changes.

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Yokohama City:
Mayor Fumiko Hayashi

 

In March 2014, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) held its 38th general meeting for the first time in Japan, in Yokohama, and reported to the world on the critical situation of climate change due to global warming. 

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Sumida City: Mayor Toru Yamamoto

Surrounded by rivers, Sumida City has long been closely connected with water and rain. As a result, the local culture has been nurtured and built on its relationship with water.

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Sapporo City:
Mayor Katsuhiro Akimoto

Sapporo City, which in 2008 declared “Eco-Capital Sapporo,” is actively taking measures to mitigate global warming such as promoting energy conservation and spreading renewable energy. 

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Kitakyushu City:
Mayor Kenji Kitahashi

After overcoming its industrial pollution issues through developing ecotechnology, Kitakyushu City sought to aid developing countries experiencing similar environmental issues.                                                                           …more

Kyoto City:
Mayor Daisaku Kadokawa

When it comes to initiatives to conserve the global environment, it is often difficult to ensure that countries keep pace with one another. However, at the local government level which lies closest to the lives of people, a wide range of individuals and organizations such as citizens, universities and research institutes,               …more

Kyoto Prefecture:
Governor Keiji Yamada

As the birthplace of the Kyoto Protocol, Kyoto Prefecture has set high reduction targets and has propelled advanced measures for mitigating global warming such as the Kyoto Protocol’s emissions trading scheme.  …more

Kumamoto City:
Mayor Kazufumi Onishi

Kumamoto City, called a “City of Trees,” is blessed with rich aquatic resources such as the clean groundwater that supplies all 740,000 of its inhabitants with water. In order to educate the coming generations of the importance of these resources, the city has been actively implementing measures to conserve the groundwater, 

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Hiroshima City:
Mayor Kazumi Matsui

On August 6, 1945, the first atomic bomb ever used in human history claimed many irreplaceable lives and devastated Hiroshima City. However, thereafter, the city was completely rebuilt and has grown to become a city that plays a central role in the Chugoku and Shikoku regions. 

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Hiroshima City:
Mayor Kazumi Matsui

On August 6, 1945, the first atomic bomb ever used in human history claimed many irreplaceable lives and devastated Hiroshima City. However, thereafter, the city was completely rebuilt and has grown to become a city that plays a central role in the Chugoku and Shikoku regions. 

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