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Cities, Climate Change and Multilevel Governance
A review of current practices suggests the need for national governments to help create a sound institutional foundation and knowledge base to support decision making and action at local levels. This includes developing harmonized GHG inventory methods for local government use, boundary organisations to generate regional science-policy or economic-policy information, and developing strong urban climate policy networks. Making such tools available will help local governments to design, implement and refine policies to find cost-effective climate policy solutions and drive economic development in green sectors. It will also help national governments to deliver on ambitious climate policy goals in the coming decades.
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OECD.pdf [OECD.pdf, 1132.96 kb]
Icon/category:
  • Tools
  • Political Commitment
  • Process
  • Implement Action
  • Policy
  • Renewables
Type of resource:
  • Guideline / handbook
Medium:
  • Print resource
Purpose:
  • General information
  • Guidance
  • Policy (local)
Publisher: OECD
Published in: 2009
Relevant for:
  • Europe
Sector:
  • Municipal
Topic:
  • Climate change
  • Energy efficiency
Language:
  • English
Free to use: Yes
Energy Subject:
  • Energy efficiency -Action
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