Private Member Pages
This password-protected content is accessible to CNCA members. Please note: your password may need to be re-entered for each page.
This page has been created by member–request as an outcome of conversations from 2021 North American Regional Calls.
Resources currently available include CNCA member policies, related files, and news articles related to “Carbon Tax”, the “Social Cost of Carbon”, or “Shadow Pricing”.Read More
Issued February, 2021
Update as of April, 2021: This RFP is now closed and CNCA is not accepting additional LOIs or proposals. The Game Changer Committee has evaluated those received and invited 7 full proposals for consideration (due by 29 April, 2021)
On 15 February 2021 CNCA issued its first Game Changer Fund Request for Proposals to Accelerate Regenerative Systems and Economies.
Proposals are invited for the following sub-topics:
- Carbon Drawdown
- Consumption Based Emissions (CBE)
- Embodied Carbon
- Resource Recovery and Circular Economy
Available for Download:
- Letter of Interest (submission due by 18:00 UTC on 17 March, 2021)
- Proposal Form (invited proposals due by 18:00 UTC on 29 April, 2021)
- Budget Template
On 30 June – 1 July 2020, CNCA and the Urban Drawdown Initiative convened a virtual two-day digital gathering to share information and innovations in the production and utilization of biochar, with virtual study tours of facilities in Stockholm, Helsinki, Silver City (NM), and Minneapolis.
Resources and complete video recordings from both days are available to members.Log in for access
This page will serve as a hub for all of your annual meeting-related needs.
Participants have exclusive access to meeting packet materials, contact details, media and presentations.
Please refer to the welcome email from Michael Battista for the unique password details.Log in for access
January, 2021 – December, 2023
The Dramatically Reducing Embodied Carbon in Europe project aims to foster widespread adoption of ambitious local, national and regional policies that will reduce embodied carbon and increase the uptake of bio-based materials in the built environment in Europe.
This page requires a unique password and is accessible only to members participating in this project.LOG IN FOR ACCESS