Le carbonen Le Climate Registry (CCR) a été fondé en novembre 2010 lors du Sommet mondial des maires sur le climat à Mexico, mais il est géré par le Centre de Bonn pour l'action et les rapports sur le climat au niveau local. Ce dernier est hébergé par le secrétariat mondial de l'ICLEI, également à Bonn. En conséquence, le CCR déclare sur son site Web:
The carbonn® Climate Registry is the leading global reporting platform for cities, towns and regions tackling climate change. It helps local and other subnational governments to track and report on their targets, actions and performance. This platform allows for exchange, learning and benchmarking among its 950+ registered entities while providing data that feeds into global climate negotiations through ICLEI as focal point for the Local Governments and Municipal Authorities constituency.
This video is a must-view intro to CCR’s program:
CCR has rifled through ICLEI’s city membership to get 950 cities from 82 countries to join their reporting scheme. They now claim to be covering 9.5 percent of the global population and 17,5 percent of the world’s urban population.
It also claims to be a ‘prime data partner’ of UNFCCC?s Non State Actor Zone for Climate Action (NAZCA) Platform (NAZCA), une autre organisation de reporting carbone. La NAZCA affirme que plus du tiers des 2 000 plus grandes entreprises du monde se sont engagées dans une action carbone.
Not surprisingly, CCR and NAZCA both claim to be ‘voluntary’ organizations:
The carbonn Climate Registry is the voluntary and public reporting platform for local and other subnational governments, enabling these entities to report and monitor their climate and energy commitments, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions performance, plans as well as climate change mitigation and adaptation actions.
Download CCR’s 5-year overview signaler ici.