Annual climate change reporting is catching on among cities. CDP hosts disclosure from 73 cities and local governments this year—up from 48 last year—from all corners of the globe, including every continent except Antarctica. Participants range in size from the city of Tokyo, population 13 million, to the village of Kadiovacik in Turkey, population 216, and include over 75% of the membership of the C40, a group of mega-cities dedicated to climate change leadership. The breadth of responses demonstrates that local governments in every region of the world, regardless of their size, can participate in annual climate change reporting.
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