Frontline cities and islands is a movement of mayors and leaders of island economies at the front-line of climate change impacts. Mayors and resilience leaders will work together to champion local action in urban areas to deliver scalable, integrated solutions to rapidly build resilience on islands globally.

Frontline Cities and Islands was launched at the Climate Conference COP23 in Bonn, November 2017. It has been strongly endorsed by Fiji as COP23 Presidency and the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States and has attracted many expressions of interest from potential partners.

 
Joshua Wycliffe and Jone Nakaudra (centre) with other Fiji delegates and representatives of ICLEI and Engagement Global, at the ICLEI Resilient Cities Congress, 27 April 2018 (Picture S. Gawler)

Joshua Wycliffe and Jone Nakaudra (centre) with other Fiji delegates and representatives of ICLEI and Engagement Global, at the ICLEI Resilient Cities Congress, 27 April 2018 (Picture S. Gawler)

 

First City Twins: Lautoka and Bonn

The delegation was part of the new relationship between Bonn and Lautoka, the first city twinning relationship established under the ICLEI-GLISPA “Frontline Cities and Islands“ initiative.

 

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Towns & Cities

Island cities are invited to register interest to become part of Frontline. After submitting registration you will be contacted by Frontline Secretariat.

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Supporter

Funders, donors and sponsors are invited to explore how Frontline can progress your objectives in small islands and how you can provide funding support for island twinning activity and for coordination and advocacy.

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Partner

Program partners are invited to explore how Frontline can be aligned with your program objectives and how your programs could be delivered through the Frontline network and coalition.

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