Explore how cities, states & regions, companies, investors, and civil society organizations are tackling climate change

Climate action from cities, states, regions, businesses, investors and civil society organizations has grown rapidly. The continued leadership of the cities, states and regions (“subnational actors”) and businesses, investors, and civil society organizations (“non-state actors”) has created innovative solutions to support global climate goals. Drawing from the Non-State Actor Zone for Climate Action (NAZCA), launched in 2014 by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), and data providers, including CDP, the carbonn Climate Registry (cCR), The Climate Group, Investors on Climate Change, UN Global Compact, Covenant of Mayors, and Climate Bonds Initiative, this portal provides the most comprehensive global picture of these actions.

Where is Climate Action Taking Place?

How are Actors Taking Climate Actions?

What do Cities, States, Regions and Companies Represent?