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How can cities join the Race to Resilience?

Race to Resilience is a global campaign catalyzing ambition for climate resilience, putting people and nature first and supporting frontline communities to adapt to the impacts of climate change.

To join the campaign, pledge to Cities Race to Resilience or select this option to indicate your interest. You can report your progress against your Race to Resilience pledges by completing the 2022 Cities Questionnaire. Cities who have joined the campaign must report publicly. If you are unsure if your city has already joined, please contact citiesemea@cdp.net.

How can states and regions join the Race to Resilience?

RegionsAdapt mobilizes ambition and action on climate adaptation by facilitating access to the latest innovations, tools, and best practices at regional level. Through knowledge exchange, capacity building, advocacy, monitoring, and reporting, RegionsAdapt catalyzes innovation on adaptation, fosters cooperation, and supports regional governments to improve their resilience. Driven by the governments of Rio de Janeiro and Catalonia, RegionsAdapt was launched at COP 21 in Paris.
 
RegionsAdapt, a proud partner of the UNFCCC Race to Resilience, is the global initiative engaging subnational governments (states, regions and provinces) in the global effort of raising ambition in adaptation to tackle climate change. Regions4 coordinates this initiative that encompasses more than 75 signatory regions from five continents– impacting over 300 million citizens. For more information on this project, please visit: www.regions4.org/project/regions-adapt.
 
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