Stages of the Project
Carbon footprint and water footprint of municipal installations and public services. Enables the municipal governments to lead the management of the city footprints by example.
Carbon and water footprints of the cities as territories, taking into account the contributions of the main sectors: residential, transport, commercial, institutional and waste.
Portfolio of footprint reduction projects by sector, including clean energy, efficient technology, sustainable transport, waste water treatment and others.
Implementation of pilot footprint reduction projects with the potential to be replicated and/or extended.
Using the footprints to contribute to the process of raising awareness among the population about the impact of their activities on climate change. Coordination between key actors and facilitation of networks and alliances at local and international levels.
Knowledge transfer through trainings, calculation tools, manuals, etc. that enable the municipal governments to monitor the evolution of their footprints in future years.
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