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The Evolving Role of Cities in the UN Climate Regime

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The Evolving Role of Cities in the UN Climate Regime

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Barcelona, Spain
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Dr. Camilla Bausch of Ecologic Institute spoke to the evolving role of cities in the context of the UN climate regime at a seminar organized by the Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (CIDOB) in Spain. This seminar on "The place and role of cities in global governance" brought together representatives of leading international think tanks that study cities.

In her presentation on "The Evolving Role of Cities as Non-state Actors in the International Climate Regime", Dr. Bausch gave an overview of the evolution of role of cities and city networks in the international climate regime over the last three decades.

The presentation is available below.

The role of cities in the UN climate regime has continuously grown, with their realm of importance more in the political than in the legal sphere of the regime

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Barcelona, Spain
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cities, climate, cidob, Àrea Metropolitana de Barcelona, energy, adaptation, COP, C40, Paris Climate Agreement, nature based solutions