City2City
2 Oct 2020

Here are four issues at the center of the COVID crisis for which recovery strategies can address inequality, the economic crisis and climate change all at once. While these issues by no means reflect all of the ways in which responses to climate change and inequality intersect, they are central to the challenges that the COVID-19 crisis has laid bare.

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14 Sep 2020

14 September 2020 - With Labor Day now behind us, many city leaders and residents alike are asking, “What’s next?” “What becomes of the vibrant ‘streateries’ once winter comes rolling in?”

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31 Aug 2020

31 August 2020 - The cities of Boise, Dallas, Detroit, and Tucson are among those committing to help combat extreme heat and wildfires, as well as other adverse effects of climate change, by protecting and planting more trees.

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26 Aug 2020

26 August 2020 - Bloomberg Philanthropies, through its What Works Cities Initiative, is launching the Fiscal Health and Equity Initiative — to provide expert insights and peer-to-peer learning as mayors and city financial leaders navigate complicated and critical fiscal decisions and implement new and equity-centered interventions to help them recover financially from COVID-19.

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