World's mayors gather at climate summit

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Posted: Dec 15, 2009 3:46 PM

The following is a list of mayors and other local leaders provided by the Copenhagen Climate Summit for Mayors. The gathering occurred Tuesday paralleling the global climate summit:

Francois Albert Amichia, mayor of Abidjan, Ivory Coast

Kuma Tokon, mayor of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Emilia Sousa, mayor of Almada, Portugal

Job Cohen, mayor of Amsterdam

Nikitas Kaklamanis, mayor of Athens, Greece

Sukhumbhand Paribatra, mayor, Bangkok

Imma Mayhor, deputy mayor, Barcelona

Guy Morin, president of the city of Basel

Dejan Vasovic, assistant mayor, Belgrade

Katrin Lompscher, senator, Berlin

Paul Tilsley, deputy leader, Birmingham, England

Juan Antonio Nieto Escalante, secretary of the environment, Bogota, Colombia

Alain Juppe, mayor, Bordeaux, France

Barbara Janke, Council Leader, Bristol, England.

Maricio Macri, mayor, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Abdel Azim Wazir, governor, Cairo, Egypt

Dave Bronconner, mayor, Calgary

Ritt Bjerregaard, Lord Mayor, Copenhagen

Klaus Bondam, mayor for environment, Copenhagen

Adam O. Kimbisa, mayor, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

Sadeque Hossain Khoka, mayor, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Kabuye Stephen, mayor, Entebbe, Uganda

Matteo Renzi, mayor, Florence, Italy

Dieter Salomon, mayor, Freiburg, Germany

Anneli Hulten, mayor, Goteborg, Sweden

Ole von Beust, mayor, Hamburg

Jussi Pajunen, mayor, Helsinki

Thuan Hua Ngoc, deputy mayor, Ho Chi Minh City

Tang-wah Yau, environmental minister, Hong Kong

Mohan Rayapati, mayor, Gunter, Hyderabad

Kadir Topba, mayor, Istanbul

Fauzi Bowo, governor, Jakarta, Indonesia

Amos Masondo, mayor, Johannesburg

Nasser Ntege Sebaggala, mayor, Kampala, Uganda

Anatolii Golubchenko, deputy mayor, Kiev, Ukraine

Daisaku Kadokawa, mayor, Kyoto, Japan

Boris Johnson, mayor, London

Antonio Villaraigosa, mayor, Los Angeles

Gerard Collomb, president, Lyon, France

Ilmar Reepalu, mayor, Malmo, Sweden

Amazonino Mendes, mayor, Manaus, Brazil

Richard Leese, leader of council, Manchester, England

Aldren San Pedro, mayor, Manila, Philippines

Bernard Susini, deputy mayor, Marseille, France

Robert Doyle, lord mayor, Melbourne, Australia

Marcelo Ebrard, mayor, Mexico City

Letizia Moratti, mayor, Milan, Italy

Yuri M. Luzhkov, mayor, Moscow

Josef Monatzeder, mayor, Munich

Geoffrey Majiwa, mayor, Nairobi

Jean-Marc Ayrault, president, Nantes, France

Kanwar Sain, mayor, Delhi

Michael Bloomberg, mayor, New York City

Asii Chemnitz Narup, mayor, Nuuk, Greenland

Jan Boye, mayor, Odense, Denmark

Stian Berger Rosland, mayor, Oslo

Bertrand Delanoe, mayor, Paris

Ryszard Grobelny, mayor, Poznan, Poland

Alonso Moreno, deputy mayor, Quito, Ecuador

Henning Jensen Nyhuus, mayor, Randers, Denmark

Nils Usakovs, mayor, Riga, Latvia

Eduardo Paes, mayor, Rio de Janeiro

Giovanni Alemanno, mayor, Rome

Ahmed Aboutaleb, mayor, Rotterdam, the Netherlands

Eduardo Jorge Alves Martins Sobrinho, secretary for the environment, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Gregory Nickels, mayor, Seattle

Jin Goo Ra, vice mayor, Seoul

Ulla Hamilton, vice mayor, Stockholm

Clover Moore, lord mayor, Sydney

Yeong-Ren Chen, deputy secretary general, Taipei, Taiwan

Mohammad-Bagher Ghalibaf, mayor, Tehran

Jozias Van Aartsen, mayor, The Hague

Hein Mortensen, mayor, Torshavn, Faeroe Islands

Naoki Inose, vice governor, Tokyo

David Miller, mayor, Toronto

Michael Magee, chief of staff, Vancouver, B.C.

Jaroslaw Kochaniak, deputy mayor, Warsaw, Poland

Kerry Prendergast, mayor, Wellington, New Zealand

Corine Mauch, mayor, Zurich, Switzerland

Nicolai Wammen, mayor, Aarhus, Denmark

Frank Cownie, mayor, Des Moines, Iowa (speaker)

Elizabeth Kautz, mayor, Burnsville, Minn., president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors (speaker)