The Global Covenant of Mayors for
Climate and Energy in the UNITED STATES

The Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy is an international alliance of cities and local governments with a shared vision to promote and support voluntary action to combat climate change and move towards an inclusive, just, low-emissions and resilient society.

The Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy in the US is a collaboration between the ICLEI USA, CDP e USDN, supported by funding from the European Union. The initiative combines two leading national climate programs. Together, we can further advance local climate action in the US, adding value, opportunities, and streamlined support for members.

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The Global Covenant of Mayors in the United States is a commitment made by countries in the region to tackle the climate change.

The signatory countries of the pact pledged to elaborate national climate action plans, to establish emission reduction targets, and implement adaptation measures to minimize the impacts of climate change on their populations and ecosystems. In addition, the pact provides for the creation of mechanisms for cooperation and technology transfer between countries, seeking to promote sustainable development in the region and the protection of the environment. The effective implementation of these measures is essential to guarantee a safer and more sustainable future for the Americas and the World.