A new era to increase

the ecological power of cities in the Americas

on the face of Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework

Welcome message from Mayor Sharon Palacio

November 3, 2023    Belmopan, Belize


Santiago Declaration + Belmopan


Johnny Briceño

Prime Minister of Belize

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November 3, 2023

Multi-Level Dialogue: Global and Local Stocktake

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and Immigration

Hon. Orlando Habet

Minister of Sustainable Development, Climate Change and

Disaster Risk Management. Belize



Hon. Sharon Palacio

Mayor of Belmopan. Belize

Hon. Camille Robinson-Regis

Minister of Planning, Housing and the Environment.

Trinidad and Tobago


Hon. Joel Martinez

Mayor of Port Spain. Trinidad and Tobago

*By invitation only for the chiefs in charge of the Capital of the country.

Leaders* of the Caribbean Capitals united for the Earth

Joel Martinez

Excellency Mayor

Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

Sharon Palacio

Excellency Mayor

Belmopan, Belize

Delroy Williams

Excellency Mayor

Kingston, Jamaica

Geraldine Lendor-Gabriel

Excellency Mayor

Castries, St. Lucia

Lucssone Janvier

Excellency Mayor

Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Carolina Mejia

Excellency Mayor

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Irene John

Excellency Mayor

Roseau, Dominica

Ubraj Narine

Excellency Mayor Georgetown, Guyana.

Samuel Weymouth

Tapley Seaton

Excellency Governor

Basseterre, St. Kitts and Nevis

Cornelius A. Smith

Excellency Governor

Nassau, Bahamas

Sandra Mason

Excellency Governor

Bridgetown, Barbados

Yanet Hernández Pérez

Excellency Governor

Havana, Cuba

Rodney Williams

Excellency Governor

Saint John's, Antigua and Barbuda

Michele Randall

Excellency Governor

St. George, Grenada

Susan Dougan

Excellency Governor

Kingstown, St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Excellency District Administrator

Paramaribo, Suriname

The Adaptation and Mitigation Challenge


The 30x30 campaign calls for the urgent challenge of increasing urban protected areas by 2030 in the capitals.


Fulfilling Cities Race to Zero through the commitments already signed with the goal of neutrality requires a strategic plan published together with the Capitals.


Obtaining genuine resources through the carbon market needs the support of satellites, methodology based on conservation science and a new financial architecture for the Capitals.


Climate legislation held by local governments must guarantee new opportunities through urgent measures for the citizens of the capital cities.


Climate technology to solve mitigation and adaptation problems must generate permanent work with the private sector and turn local spaces into laboratories on the capitals.


In the framework of the Global and Local Balance, it is urgent to increase negotiations between national and subnational governments to unlock the objectives through the capitals.



CC35 with support from Miami-Dade County and key stakeholders in the Americas announces Climate Week Miami 2024 to strengthen the focus on the Global South and the action of subnational governments around the world.

London, Sydney, Los Angeles, Barcelona, Toronto and more than 60 other cities have joined the Treaty.

CC35 calls on the Governors and Mayors of the Capitals of the Americas to join in and accelerate decarbonization.

Every city needs a PLAN

From small transactions with local merchants to larger efforts, such as the payment of annual taxes, blockchain will serve as the basis for financial exchanges in the city of Lugano.


CHF Investment Fund


Scholarships for Students


Merchants Joining


Taxes in BTC, USDT, LVGA

CC35 presents Art Exhibitions; 35 Voices in the Americas, one Voice for the survivability by Fernando Reyna's.




The CCCCC And CC35 Forge Climate Change Partnership Ahead Of COP26

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La CEPAL organiza Taller sobre ‘herramientas de evaluación de Plan de Acción Climática de la ciudad de Santo Domingo, República Dominicana

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 Implementation of the New Urban Agenda in Latin America and the Caribbean

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5 Capitals

With technical assistance for the creation of PAC's with the support of the ECLAC.

750 Million

To create the Subnational Climate Fund with the support of the GCF.

166 Cities

Engaged with Cities Race to Zero for COP26 in the framework of the Santiago-Glasgow Route with the support of the UNFCCC.

2 Hosts

Host cities from COP25 (Santiago de Chile) to COP26 (Glasgow) were diplomatically united to strengthen the voice of local governments around the world through the Santiago-Glasgow Route.

In numbers

1 Program

Conservation for Urban Protected Areas under Quito leadership with support of the UNEP.

35 Legislators

To discuss the decarbonization regulatory future of the Americas

in the framework of local diplomacy with the support of the UNDP.

+ 80 Technicians

Trained in the Climate Week for Latin America and the Caribbean under the MCR2030 initiative with the support of the UNDRR.

50 NGOs

Allies from around the globe to amplify the environmental challenges from all sectors to Climate Week Miami and achieve cross-cutting binding commitments.

CC35 Capital Cities


City of Belmopan




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A new era to increase the ecological

power of cities

in the Americas

on the face of Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework

Leadersof the Caribbean Capitals united for the Earth