Resolutions

Climate Alliance Resolutions

Over the past 25 years, the Climate Alliance membership has adopted a variety of resolutions. These serve as strong political instruments of change in the association's political work and guide members' local climate action strategies on the ground.

Local and regional authorities as drivers of climate action and sustainability ‒ towards a good life for all

September 2017

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Implementing adaptation to climate change at the local level

September 2017

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A market model for the energy transition ‒ a new energy design

July 2015

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The Post-2015 development agenda ‒ from visions to measures and solutions

April 2015

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Teaming up in Europe for a sustainable energy future

May 2014

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EU climate and energy policies in light of the 2030 framework

October 2013

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A crucial completion of the Millennium Development Goals

May 2012

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Amazonian Indigenous REDD+

May 2012

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Electric mobility ‒ Framework conditions: Climate Alliance’s perspective

May 2011

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Decentralised renewable energies instead of nuclear power

May 2011

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Leave the oil in the ground!

April 2010

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Investment in energy efficiency and RES as drivers of economic recovery

April 2010

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REDD - for the protection of forests

April 2009

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100% ecological, social and fair public procurement

April 2009

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Compensation of CO2 emissions

April 2008

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Fuels from biomass

April 2008

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Guidelines for the preparation of CO2 emissions inventories

October 2004

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Implementation of the Convention's provisions in EU Commission policies

October 2004

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Environmentally sound and fair public procurement

June 2003

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Environmentally sound local authority procurement in the energy sector

June 2003

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Monitoring in the Climate Alliance

May 1999

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Phasing out HFCs and H-CFCs

May 1999

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Tropical timber certification

June 1998

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Further defining the Climate Alliance emissions reduction commitment

October 1993

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