carbonn Climate Registry (cCR)
ICLEI’s carbonn Climate Registry (cCR) is a voluntary reporting platform that has been designed to enhance the transparency, accountability and credibility of climate change actions by local and subnational governments. Through the cCR local and subnational governments are able to report on their climate change commitments for both their mitigation and adaptation actions on a credible global platform.
The cCR was launched at the World Mayors Summit on Climate in Mexico City 2010 and initially focused only on the reporting of mitigation related actions. In 2014, the DAC Secretariat collaborated with ICLEI to develop an adaptation reporting stream on the cCR in order to streamline climate change reporting for both mitigation and adaptation.
Over 500 cities and regions around the world now report to the cCR and over 5,000 actions have been reported on the platform. The reporting platform allows local and subnational governments to track their own progress and communicate their climate change commitments to potential funders to access opportunities.
All DAC Signatories are asked to report their climate change adaptation actions on cCR. Local and subnational governments can register on the cCR website. Once registered, reporting will include filling in the following tabs: 1) registration, 2) profile and 7) Actions. For DAC signatories who are not ICLEI members, you will not be required to report your mitigation actions, but you are welcome to do so.