Webinar: Confronting climate change in the global COVID-19 recovery
Climate threats and climate justice: Action and adaptation for sustainable development
Are trans-Atlantic relations obsolete? Discussing the future of the alliance with a special focus on joint action on climate change
[On U.S. subnational climate action] The hardest thing that the cities are finding is transportation is really, really difficult to manage, because a lot of the tools are outside of their scope – the vehicles that are available. California cities are going to have an easier time because they're going to have a state that's leading on zero-emission vehicles.
[On U.S. subnational climate action] For all of the great things that are going on in these cities, it's only a small fraction of national emissions, and so it's really important that those cities that are pioneers, if you like, be much more focused on getting their pioneering to spread, and not just be thrilled with themselves about their pioneering status.
[On U.S. subnational climate action] One of the great priorities [is] to make sure there is license for the heartland to innovate and act.