Partnership Declaration on Collaborative Climate Action

ICCA2019: Committing to Collaborative Climate Action

A significant result of ICCA2019 is the Partnership Declaration on Collaborative Climate Action across all levels of government. In the declaration, states, cities, municipalities, federal states, regions and networks commit to more collaboration, communication and support in the implementation of the Paris Agreement and the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and set out priority actions to achieve their respective goals. The declaration was adopted during the high-level round table by representatives of all three levels of government and their networks.

The partnership declaration remains open for endorsement. Partners and supporters are invited to work together on the implementation and make the declaration a valuable contribution to the UN Secretary General’s Climate Action Summit in September 2019.

Please find the declaration here:

Partnership Declaration on Collaborative Climate Action (English)

Supporters of the Partnership Declaration on Collaborative Climate Action

Endorsing governments, networks and institutions are listed in alphabetical order.

National Governments

Canada

Georgia

Germany

Japan

Mexico

Turkey

Regional Governments

Andalucia
(Spain)

Baden-Württemberg (Germany)

Catalonia
(Spain)

Chhattisgarh
(India)

Hessen
(Germany)

Nariño
(Colombia)

Navarre
(Spain)

Oaxaca
(Mexico)

Santa Fe
(Argentina)

Scotland
(UK)

Thuringia
(Germany)

Vihiga
(Kenya)

Local Governments

Akershus
(Norway)

Berlin
(Germany)

Heidelberg
(Germany)

Mérida
(Mexico)

Montpellier
(France)

Victoria
(Canada)

Networks & Institutions

C40 Cities

Cities Alliance - Cities Without Slums

Climate Alliance

Energy Cities

GCoM - Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy

ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability

IPCCA - Indigenous Peoples’ Biocultural Climate Change Assessment Initiative

Regions4

UCLG - United Cities and Local Governments

Under2Coalition

UNFCCC - United Nations Climate Change