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ICLEI World Mayors Council on Climate Change
|Name||ICLEI World Mayors Council on Climate Change|
|Project Purpose||The World Mayors Council on Climate Change is an alliance of committed local government leaders advocating an enhanced recognition and involvement of Mayors in multilateral efforts addressing climate change and related issues of global sustainability. The Council was founded by then Mayor Yorikane Masumoto, City of Kyoto (Japan) in December 2005, soon after the Kyoto Protocol entered into force in February 2005. There are presently over 30 members of the Council, representing a vast network of local governments working to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions. Membership is open to Mayors and equivalent leaders of municipal levels of government. Marcelo Ebrard, Mayor of Mexico City, is the Council Chair with Jürgen Nimptsch, Mayor of Bonn (Germany), serving as Vice Chair and Former Mayor Yorikane Masumoto of Kyoto City (Japan) serving as Honorary Chair.|
Wildlife, ecosystems, and forestry
Climate-sensitive recreation and tourism