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  • #REDIRECT [[Local government action on climate change mitigation]]
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  • ...overnments can take effective action. Many of these connect climate change mitigation with other forms of action on sustainbility, including several of the [[Sus == The Role of Municipalities in Local Action for Climate Change Mitigation ==
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  • #REDIRECT [[Local government action on climate change mitigation]]
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  • ...tive responses to climate change, which can be an important part of global mitigation and adaptation efforts. ...tion that improves the quality of life where climate change adaptation and mitigation are practical side effects.
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  • ; Climate Change Research at FCiencias.ID ...on/ BEACON] a European project that is supporting Municipalities designing mitigation strategies, building governance and collaboration competences and support t
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  • * [[Local government action on climate change mitigation]] ** [[Local government action on climate change relating to governance]]
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  • ...communities of residents and users is a vital strategy for climate change mitigation and adaptation, capable of linking it with various wider actions for ecolog ...hange as greenhouse gas emissions themselves.<ref> Eisenstein, C., 2018. ''Climate: a New Story.'' Berkeley: North Atlantic Books.</ref>
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  • ...ields of education, events, civil rights, food sovereignty, climate change mitigation and community activation. Role and added value: Increased engagement with t
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  • === Community-Led Initiatives and SDG13: Climate Action === ..., tend to assume transformative perspectives in which fundamental systemic change is needed, not simply decarbonisation of existing systems.<ref> Henfrey, T.
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  • ...nment. It achieves its purpose by transforming society [69]. Education for climate action could empower learners to make informed decisions about CCM and ther The IPCC states that the aim of an educational program in CCM and climate change adaptation is to represent a collective global problem as individual and co
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  • ...change goals of a municipality and how it addresses climate adaptation and mitigation. The absence of commitment to take action on climate change by the municipal government means that it is less likely that a local autho
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  • ...rnative ways of doing business that neither directly contribute to climate change nor undermine the social and natural capital necessary for adaptation. ...taking an entrepreneurial approach to community-based responses to climate change, it seeks to make them financially sustainable. A report from the UK includ
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  • ...vel, the capacity for governance is highly related to the effectiveness of climate policy [16, p. 41]. As the IPCC has remarked, CCM is a technically feasible ...mplements subsidies and loan schemes, distributes information, coordinates climate action among actors, and establishes public-private partnerships [46]. The
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  • ...ork of Transition groups. Given the recent increase in awareness about the climate and ecological emergency, and the number of groups responding, people have Recent research (Poland et al., 2019<ref>[[Climate change impacts of the Transition movement|Poland, B. ''et al.'' (2019) ‘The emer
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  • ...freeing policy from assumptions incompatible with effective action towards mitigation, it also broadens the range of policy approaches available to support adapt ...ransition groups apply permaculture to designing out the causes of climate change at the same time as designing in desirable outcomes. This allows identifica
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  • ...org/sites/default/files/key_docs/lockyer_intro.pdf</ref> Both view climate change as a consequence of dislocation between the causes and consequences of huma ...e dislocation of cause and effect that is one of the key causes of climate change. Neither bioregionalism or localisation are isolationist movements: both ar
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  • ...[social innovation]] by providing salaries for people working within local change initiatives who would otherwise be financially unable to support their work ...ale action for ecologically and socially regenerative responses to climate change and other key global issues, and the barriers that arise to such action whe
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  • ...eas of inquiry into how complex ecological and/or human systems respond to change. ...K., Westaway, E., 2011. Agency, Capacity, and Resilience to Environmental Change: Lessons from Human Development, Well-Being, and Disasters. Annual Review o
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  • ...overnments can take effective action. Many of these connect climate change mitigation with other forms of action on sustainbility, including several of the [[Sus == The Role of Municipalities in Local Action for Climate Change Mitigation ==
    25 KB (3,363 words) - 11:10, 17 May 2021
  • ...C., 2014. Persistent growth of CO2 emissions and implications for reaching climate targets. Nat. Geosci. 7, 709–715. https://doi.org/10.1038/ngeo2248</ref>, ...gh the periodic reports produced by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The European Union has committed to a 40% and 80% reduction by 2030
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  • * [[Municipal action on climate change mitigation]] ...itiatives in cities and examining the conditions that can aid accelerating change towards a sustainable low-carbon society.
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  • * [[52 Climate Actions]], <ref>https://www.52climateactions.com/ 52 Climate Actions website</ref> * CAMPAIGNers, Citizens Acting on Mitigation Pathways through Active Implementation of a Goal-setting Network
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