CDP, the global climate change disclosure non-profit organisation, and the leading city network in the Baltic Sea Region, the Union of the Baltic Cities (UBC), agreed on a two-year MoU to increase the number of Baltic Sea Region cities using systematic reporting of their climate change related actions. After the first year of cooperation UBC more than doubled the number of member cities using the platform and the goal for 2018 is to get up to 50 UBC cities involved.
Sustainable Cities Bulletin 2/2018
Dear UBC colleagues,
In 2017, UBC started a strategic partnership with CDP, the world’s leading organization on voluntary Climate reporting. Currently, over 530 cities, 100 states and regions, and more than 5500 companies use the system to report, share and take action on climate change every year. For UBC this cooperation is fruitful and gives us an additional possibility to support the work we are already doing in our respective cities.
Head of Secretariat
Union of the Baltic Cities – Sustainable Cities Commission