Cagayan de Oro City has qualified for One Planet City Challenge (OPCC) 2021-2022 organized by the World Wide Fund for Nature and the ICLEI Southeast Asia.

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OPCC 2021-2022 was launched last April 15 and celebrates measures taken by cities across the globe toward combating climate change and reducing their carbon footprint, in order to keep global warming within the 1.5°C limit.

Accordingly, participating cities will be submitting reports detailing their respective emissions, as well as their plans and goals for climate action in their localities. These plans will be checked by a panel of experts against a methodology derived from the Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5 °C. It will then undergo an assessment framework to evaluate the city’s climate targets and their alignment with the Paris Agreement. 

More details in the link below.

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