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As Mayors Adapt and the Covenant of Mayors merged under the new integrated initiative named Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy end of 2015, the newsletters of the two initiatives have been merged as well. The joint newsletter is published quarterly and informs about the activities of the new umbrella initiative. According to the integrated approach, it includes information on climate change mitigation and adaptation.

Mayors Adapt signatories are invited to contribute to the newsletter section dedicated to adaptation issues by sharing their commitment and showcasing their actions. Does your Mayor want to do a short interview about your city’s adaptation activities? Have you just published a case study? Then please let us know! Please send all your ideas for contributions to the newsletter to newsletter@mayors-adapt.eu.

And of course, all signatories are invited to join the new initiative Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy. Please see here for more information on how to join.

All actors who subscribed to the Mayors Adapt newsletter before will from now on automatically receive the newsletter of the Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy. Other interested parties are invited to subscribe to the newsletter here.

Newsletter Archive

Covenant Quarterly Newsletter October 2016
Covenant Quarterly Newsletter July 2016
Covenant Quarterly Newsletter March 2016
Mayors Adapt Newsletter 1-2015 (Mai 2015)
Mayors Adapt Newsletter 2-2015 (July 2015)

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Mayors Adapt – Upcoming Events
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Covenant of Mayors Webinar: Reference Framework for Sustainable Cities – A self-assessment tool to evaluate the measures of your Action Plans
12 December 2016 11:00 – 12:00 (online), Belgium The RFSC is a free web tool designed to assist and guide […]
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Call for fully funded city-to-city exchange opportunities
The United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR), the European Commission’s Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development (DG DEVCO), […]
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