Become a Member

BECOME A MEMBER

CityNet is a unique member-driven organization which has grown from 26 members at its inception in 1987 to over 163 members in over 20 countries in the Asia-Pacific and Europe.

Today, the comprehensive CityNet network includes city governments, national level organizations, development authorities, non-governmental organizations, private companies and community-based organizations. Network operations are funded by annual membership fees. Programs, projects and activities are funded through the network’s partnerships with donor agencies.

CityNet strives to meet the changing needs of members and most importantly to listen to its members to successfully and continually implement relevant programs and activities.

Eligibility Criteria

Any city government, authority, development authority, association of local authorities, non-governmental organization, community-based organization, institution, or corporation, that shares the objectives and vision of CityNet may apply for membership.

Application Process

1) Please review the eligibility requirements.
2) Request an application form (see below)
3) Upon pre-approval the CityNet Secretariat will send the application form and required documents.
4) Please submit the application form, together with the city/organisation profile and all other relevant information materials to the CityNet Secretariat at least two months before the annual session of the Executive Committee Meeting, held in the last quarter of every year.
5) Completed applications will be tabled at the CityNet Executive Committee Meeting.
6) Membership will become effective upon adoption at the Executive Committee Meeting and signing of the Charter of CityNet.
7) CityNet services will be available after the first payment of the membership fee/subscription.

How to Calculate the Membership Fee

Upon approval by the CityNet Executive Committee, the membership fee will be incurred from the following year. The annual membership fee is calculated based on the population size of the city and GDP per capita of its country.

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The third and final session of CityNet's Climate Leadership Program (#CLP) will be taking place tomorrow (Sept. 25), at 3:00 PM KST! CLP is an online 🌐 #leadership and peer-based learning series that aims to increase the capacities of #climatechange practitioners in the #AsiaPacific. 🌏

For those who didn't manage to sign up but would still like to watch, you can watch the live stream here: youtu.be/Evt0sH8zPKo.

The speakers for tomorrow's session are as follows:

Dicky Edwin Hindarto is the Advisor for Indonesia Joint Crediting System (JCM) implementation, after four years of acting as the head of the Indonesia JCM Secretariat. Mr. Hindarto has wide experience in climate change negotiations, and has served as a lead negotiator and focal point for various climate change action and carbon market cooperations.

Qing Liu is the Carbon Market Business Manager at China Emission Exchange (CEEX) Guangzhou. In her work with CEEX Guangzhou, Ms. Liu is involved with knowledge exchanges on Guangdong carbon trading with foreign universities and practitioners in low-carbon areas.

Dr. Felicia Jiang is an Associate Researcher of Natural Resources Policy at the Ministry of Natural Resources. Dr. Jiang specializes in mining policy research and the public administration of natural resources. She has a background in resource management and technical-economic evaluation.

Mayor Bima Arya Sugiarto is the Mayor of Bogor City. He is in his sixth year as Mayor and has the goal of developing Bogor as a Smart City, a Heritage City, and a Green City. Bogor has successfully increased its green spaces across the city, has been focusing on ecomobility as a priority of development. Under his leadership, Bogor City was awarded the Smart City rating by the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs.

Allendri B. Angeles is the Acting City Environment and Natural Resources Officer and the Solid Waste Management Officer of Pasig City. During his 13 years as a Solid Waste Management Officer, he has led Pasig City to receive numerous awards. Pasig City has consistently been named as one of the best at implementing local innovations on solid waste management in Metro Manila.
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Tomorrow @ 6:00 PM (IST)
“Urbanisation and Technology”

The speakers will present their views on the role technology has played and will play in promoting sustainable and inclusive urbanization.

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