The Observatory publishes, in addition to its annual report, a series of case studies of countries, cities and regions at the crossroads of national policies and non-state actions, to provide a qualitative analysis of the evolution of greenhouse gas emissions.
Ljubljana • Stricking a balance between nature and city
The City of Ljubljana is currently preparing its first Sustainable Energy and Climate Act[...]
Larnaca • Managing natural resources while sustaining territorial attractivene...
Larnaca attaches great importance to the protection of its natu[...]
Chhattisgarh • Forests to link adaptation and mitigation
The economy of Chhattisgarh State is largely based on sectors exposed to climatic hazard[...]
Victoria • Placing actors’ efforts at the core of policies
Victoria emits almost a quarter of Australia's total net emissions (21.7% in 2017). [...]
Kaohsiung • Enhancing energy autonomy in industry
The Kaohsiung Municipal Government defined in 2015 its first Climate Change Adaptation and Sust[...]
Thuringia • A decision-making process backed by science
Thuingia has enshrined its 2030 and 2050 greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction targets [...]
Heidelberg • Sustainable housing for all
After an initial climate plan in 1992, the city of Heidelberg will adopt its "Masterplan 100 % Klimaschu[...]
Grenoble Alpes Métropole • Metropolis action, the driving force of the transit...
Grenoble Alpes Métropole, made up of 49 municipalities, was th[...]
Santiago de Cali • Emerging actions, solid foundations
For the first time in 2015, the Colombian city of Cali, together with the Autonomous Regio[...]
Andalousia • The national leader for renewables
Andalusia is the first Spanish Autonomous Community to have adopted an autonomous climate change [...]