Non-Partisan Citizen Empowerment is Working

Guest post from Joseph Robertson, Global Strategy Director, Citizen’s Climate Lobby Throughout the 21st century, cities are likely to be more and more the engines of design that determine how we live and whether our way of making a living in the world is sustainable. Every society everywhere grapples with questions of how much decision-making […]

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Change the Pallet: Procurement Specs Reduce Emissions

GUEST BLOG by Adam Pener and Roger Ballentine More so than ever, cities are taking the lead in adopting sustainable innovations that reduce climate impact, save money, and better the lives of their citizens. Cities were early adopters of clean energy, high efficiency lighting and other measures that are now mainstream. While perhaps less sexy than […]

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Second World Assembly toward Habitat III

Looking toward the future of sustainable development and the New Urban Agenda, local and regional governments and networks from around the world convened this week at the first session of the Second World Assembly of Local and Regional Governments in New York City. Their input into the United Nations Habitat III Conference on Housing and […]

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