Climate Change Cluster


Climate change adds a further layer of risks and urgency to the multitude of urban challenges already at play. With a membership spanning some of the most vulnerable cities to climate extremes, CITYNET provides special programs focused on disaster-preparedness, response and long-term rebuilding.
CLUSTER LEADJakarta Capital City Government
CLUSTER CO-LEADSQuezon City Government
Ahmedabad Study Action Group (ASAG)
Human & Environment Links Progressive Organization (HELP-O)
International Climate and Development Institute (ICDI)

Climate Change Cluster Members

  1. Asian Bridge
  2. Association of Cities of Vietnam (ACVN)
  3. Baguio City Government
  4. Banda Aceh Municipality
  5. Government of Bandung
  6. Bangkok Metropolitan Administration
  7. Balanga City Government
  8. Barisal City Government
  9. Bharatpur Sub-Metropolitan City
  10. Calapan City Government
  11. Centre for Urban Studies (CUS)
  12. Climate Change Campaign (Mongolia)
  13. Colombo Municipal Council
  14. Dhaka North City Corporation
  15. Galle Municipal Council
  16. Galle Development Foundation
  17. Hai Phong City
  18. Hanoi’s People Committee
  19. Hetauda Sub-Metropolitan City
  20. Hue City People’s Committee
  21. Iloilo City Government
  22. Islamabad Capital Development Authority
  23. Municipal Council of Kandy
  1. City of Kaohsiung
  2. Khulna City Corporation
  3. Kuala Lumpur City Hall
  4. Lalitpur Metropolitan City
  5. League of Cities of the Philippines (LCP)
  6. Legazpi City Government
  7. Local Government Academy
  8. Lumanti (Memory) Support Group for Shelter
  9. Marikina City Government
  10. Masbate City Government
  11. Moratuwa Municipal Council
  12. Municipal Association of Bangladesh (MAB)
  13. Mythri Sarva Seva Samithi (MSSS)
  14. Naga City Government
  15. Negombo Municipal Council
  16. Nepal Academy of Science and Technology (NAST)
  17. Orangi Pilot Project Research & Training Institute (OPPRTI)
  18. Pakistan Institute for Environment Development Action Research (PIEDAR)
  19. City Council of Penang Island
  20. Municipality of Phnom Penh
  1. Rajshahi City Corporation
  2. San Juan City Government
  3. Municipal Council of Seberang Perai
  4. SEVANATHA- Urban Resource Center
  5. Society for Promotion of Area Resource Centers (SPARC)
  6. Sri Jaywardenapura Kotte Municipal Council
  7. Santa Rosa City Government
  8. Sukabumi Municipality
  9. Surabaya City Government
  10. Suva City Council
  11. City of Suwon
  12. City of Taichung
  13. City of Taipei
  14. Tansen Municipality
  15. Taoyuan City Government
  16. Temple University, Japan Campus
  17. Thailand Environment Institute (TEI)
  18. The Seoul Institute
  19. Thimphu District Municipality
  20. Think City
  21. Tuguegarao City Government
  22. Urban and Regional Development Institute



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CityNet and Seoul Human Resource Development Center are inviting city officers and local authorities to the online Training Programme on Low Carbon Built Environments and Sustainable Development Goals on April 24-May 12, 2023.

Learn about Seoul’s low-carbon practices in buildings, public transport, energy, and climate finance. Get to know our cities in #Asia developing solutions towards a low-carbon city. Exchange ideas with your peers and share your action plans.

Complete the Application Form at this link,

The deadline for Registration is on March 31, 2023, Friday.

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Cities in #AsiaPacific are responsible for 75% of the region’s CO2 emissions. Explore #ClimateAction to make low-carbon and resilient city a reality at #APFSD this March: #SDG11