A Global Collaboration Of Cities Cutting emissions by 80% or more, by 2050 or sooner

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Adelaide

Current Emissions by Source

Electricity/Energy 54%
Transport 27%
Product Use 12%
Waste 7%
Current

Emissions Reduction Target

100%
Baseline: 2006
by 2025

Emissions Reduction

15%
Since: 2006

Economic Growth

35%
Since: 2006

Berlin

Emissions by Source

Electricity/Energy 39%
Transport 23%
Industry 3%
Buildings 35%
As of: 2012

Emissions Reduction Target

85%
Baseline: 1990
by 2050

Emissions Reduction

32%
Since: 1990

Economic Growth

32%
Since: 1990

Boston

Emissions by Source

Transport 24%
Waste 1%
Buildings 75%

Emissions Reduction Target

50%
Baseline: 2005
By 2030

Emissions Reduction

13%
Since: 2005

Economic Growth

20%
Since: 2005

Boulder

Emissions by Source

Transport 28%
Waste 2%
Buildings 70%
As of: 2017

Emissions Reduction Target

80%
Baseline: 2005
By 2050

Emissions Reduction

13.4%
Since: 2005

Economic Growth

49%
Since: 2005

Copenhagen

Emissions by Source

Electricity/Energy 62%
Transport 28%

Emissions Reduction Target

100%
Baseline: 2005
by 2025

Emissions Reduction

33%
Since: 2005

Economic Growth

24%
Since: 2005

London

Emissions by Source

Emissions Reduction Target

80%
by 2050

Emissions Reduction

Economic Growth

Melbourne

Emissions by Source

Electricity/Energy 77%
Transport 19%
Waste 4%

Emissions Reduction Target

100%
Baseline: 2006
By 2020

Emissions Reduction

3.1%
Since: 2006

Economic Growth

42%
Since: 2006

Minneapolis

Emissions by Source

Transport 26%
Waste 3%
Buildings 71%

Emissions Reduction Target

80%
Baseline: 2006
By 2050

Emissions Reduction

17.8%
Since: 2006

Economic Growth

30%
Since: 2006

New York City

Emissions by Source

Transport 29.9%
Waste 3.5%
Buildings 66.6%

Emissions Reduction Target

80%
Baseline: 2005
By 2050

Emissions Reduction

15%
Since: 2005

Economic Growth

23%
Since: 2005

Oslo

Emissions by Source

Energy 3%
Waste 19%
Buildings 17%
Transport 61%

Emissions Reduction Target

95%
Baseline: 1990
by 2030

Emissions Reduction

7%
Since: 1990
We’ll count carbon dioxide the same way we count money
Vice Mayor Steen

Portland

Emissions by Source

Transport 40%
Industry 17%
Waste 2%
Buildings 41%

Emissions Reduction Target

80%
Baseline: 1990
by 2050

Emissions Reduction

21%
Since: 1990

Economic Growth

24%
Since: 1990

Rio de Janeiro

Emissions by Source

Transport 41%
Stationary 46%
Waste 13%

Emissions Reduction Target

80%
Baseline: 2005
by 2050
I commit the City of Rio de Janeiro to deliver a GHG emissions neutral city by 2050.
- Mayor Crivella
I commit the City of Rio de Janeiro to begin implementing a climate action plan before 2020.
- Mayor Crivella

San Francisco

Emissions by Source

Transport 46%
Waste 4.8%
Buildings 49.2%

Emissions Reduction Target

80%
Baseline: 1990
By 2050

Emissions Reduction

28%
Since: 1990

Economic Growth

78%
Since: 1990

Seattle

Emissions by Source

Transport 66%
Waste 2%
Buildings 32%

Emissions Reduction Target

100%
Baseline: 2008
By 2050

Emissions Reduction

6%
Since: 2008

Economic Growth

22%
Since: 2008

Stockholm

Emissions by Source

Electricity/Energy 17%
Transport 47%
Buildings 36%

Emissions Reduction Target

100%
Baseline: 2005
By 2040

Emissions Reduction

25%
Since: 2005

Economic Growth

37%
Since: 2005

Sydney

Emissions by Source

Electricity/Energy 78%
Transport 13%
Waste 9%

Emissions Reduction Target

100%
Baseline: 2006
By 2050

Emissions Reduction

19%
Since: 2006

Economic Growth

37%
Since: 2006

Toronto

Emissions by Source

Transport 33%
Industry 6%
Waste 19%
Buildings 42%

Emissions Reduction Target

80%
Baseline: 1990
by 2050

Emissions Reduction

24%
Since: 1990

Economic Growth

36%
Since: 1990

Vancouver

Emissions by Source

Transport 41%
Waste 4%
Buildings 55%
2016

Emissions Reduction Target

80%
Baseline: 2007
By 2050

Emissions Reduction

11%
Baseline: (2007) to 2016

Economic Growth

26%
Baseline: (2007) to 2016

Washington, DC

Emissions by Source

Transport 22%
Waste 3%
Buildings 75%

Emissions Reduction Target

100%
Baseline: 2006
By 2050

Emissions Reduction

24%
Since: 2006

Economic Growth

14%
Since: 2006

Yokohama

Emissions by Source

Electricity/Energy 22%
Transport 19%
Industry 12%
Waste 3%
Buildings 44%

Emissions Reduction Target

80%
Baseline: 2005
By 2050

Emissions Reduction

4.3%
Since: 2005

Economic Growth

#CNCA

Adelaide

Emissions Reduction Target

100%
Baseline: 2006
by 2025

Emissions Reduction

15%
Since: 2006

Economic Growth

35%
Since: 2006

Current Emissions by Source

Electricity/Energy 54%
Transport 27%
Product Use 12%
Waste 7%
Current

Berlin

Emissions Reduction Target

85%
Baseline: 1990
by 2050

Emissions Reduction

32%
Since: 1990

Economic Growth

32%
Since: 1990

Emissions by Source

Electricity/Energy 39%
Transport 23%
Industry 3%
Buildings 35%
As of: 2012

Boston

Emissions Reduction Target

50%
Baseline: 2005
By 2030

Emissions Reduction

13%
Since: 2005

Economic Growth

20%
Since: 2005

Emissions by Source

Transport 24%
Waste 1%
Buildings 75%

Boulder

Emissions Reduction Target

80%
Baseline: 2005
By 2050

Emissions Reduction

13.4%
Since: 2005

Economic Growth

49%
Since: 2005

Emissions by Source

Transport 28%
Waste 2%
Buildings 70%
As of: 2017

Copenhagen

Emissions Reduction Target

100%
Baseline: 2005
by 2025

Emissions Reduction

33%
Since: 2005

Economic Growth

24%
Since: 2005

Emissions by Source

Electricity/Energy 62%
Transport 28%

London

Emissions Reduction Target

80%
by 2050

Emissions Reduction

Economic Growth

Emissions by Source

Melbourne

Emissions Reduction Target

100%
Baseline: 2006
By 2020

Emissions Reduction

3.1%
Since: 2006

Economic Growth

42%
Since: 2006

Emissions by Source

Electricity/Energy 77%
Transport 19%
Waste 4%

Minneapolis

Emissions Reduction Target

80%
Baseline: 2006
By 2050

Emissions Reduction

17.8%
Since: 2006

Economic Growth

30%
Since: 2006

Emissions by Source

Transport 26%
Waste 3%
Buildings 71%

New York City

Emissions Reduction Target

80%
Baseline: 2005
By 2050

Emissions Reduction

15%
Since: 2005

Economic Growth

23%
Since: 2005

Emissions by Source

Transport 29.9%
Waste 3.5%
Buildings 66.6%

Oslo

Emissions Reduction Target

95%
Baseline: 1990
by 2030

Emissions Reduction

7%
Since: 1990
We’ll count carbon dioxide the same way we count money
Vice Mayor Steen

Emissions by Source

Energy 3%
Waste 19%
Buildings 17%
Transport 61%

Portland

Emissions Reduction Target

80%
Baseline: 1990
by 2050

Emissions Reduction

21%
Since: 1990

Economic Growth

24%
Since: 1990

Emissions by Source

Transport 40%
Industry 17%
Waste 2%
Buildings 41%

Rio de Janeiro

Emissions Reduction Target

80%
Baseline: 2005
by 2050
I commit the City of Rio de Janeiro to deliver a GHG emissions neutral city by 2050.
- Mayor Crivella
I commit the City of Rio de Janeiro to begin implementing a climate action plan before 2020.
- Mayor Crivella

Emissions by Source

Transport 41%
Stationary 46%
Waste 13%

San Francisco

Emissions Reduction Target

80%
Baseline: 1990
By 2050

Emissions Reduction

28%
Since: 1990

Economic Growth

78%
Since: 1990

Emissions by Source

Transport 46%
Waste 4.8%
Buildings 49.2%

Seattle

Emissions Reduction Target

100%
Baseline: 2008
By 2050

Emissions Reduction

6%
Since: 2008

Economic Growth

22%
Since: 2008

Emissions by Source

Transport 66%
Waste 2%
Buildings 32%

Stockholm

Emissions Reduction Target

100%
Baseline: 2005
By 2040

Emissions Reduction

25%
Since: 2005

Economic Growth

37%
Since: 2005

Emissions by Source

Electricity/Energy 17%
Transport 47%
Buildings 36%

Sydney

Emissions Reduction Target

100%
Baseline: 2006
By 2050

Emissions Reduction

19%
Since: 2006

Economic Growth

37%
Since: 2006

Emissions by Source

Electricity/Energy 78%
Transport 13%
Waste 9%

Toronto

Emissions Reduction Target

80%
Baseline: 1990
by 2050

Emissions Reduction

24%
Since: 1990

Economic Growth

36%
Since: 1990

Emissions by Source

Transport 33%
Industry 6%
Waste 19%
Buildings 42%

Vancouver

Emissions Reduction Target

80%
Baseline: 2007
By 2050

Emissions Reduction

11%
Baseline: (2007) to 2016

Economic Growth

26%
Baseline: (2007) to 2016

Emissions by Source

Transport 41%
Waste 4%
Buildings 55%
2016

Washington, DC

Emissions Reduction Target

100%
Baseline: 2006
By 2050

Emissions Reduction

24%
Since: 2006

Economic Growth

14%
Since: 2006

Emissions by Source

Transport 22%
Waste 3%
Buildings 75%

Yokohama

Emissions Reduction Target

80%
Baseline: 2005
By 2050

Emissions Reduction

4.3%
Since: 2005

Economic Growth

Emissions by Source

Electricity/Energy 22%
Transport 19%
Industry 12%
Waste 3%
Buildings 44%