Climate change is a significant challenge for communities worldwide. It has been associated with flooding, drought, elevated temperatures, and other conditions that directly affect food supplies, water sources, and public health.
A goal of the CityLinks program is to promote climate-related mitigation and adaptation strategies as a component of all local planning and ongoing operations. This is particularly urgent in urban areas, where economic activity, population growth, and transportation are concentrated.
Through CityLinks, U.S. cities with effective mitigation and adaptation strategies are partnered with their counterparts in developing and transitioning countries to help develop locally appropriate solutions to climate-related challenges.
On October 11th, 2016, Park City, Utah became the latest in a series of mountain communities to commit to 100 percent renewable electricity. Surrounded by city council members, key members of the community, and partners, Park City Mayor Jack Thomas...
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The following individuals have been identified as leaders in this area.
Director, Research & Policy; Team Leader, Business Development, ICMA
The following individuals have identified themselves as being knowledgeable in this area.
Clean Air Strategist
Manager, Institute for Sustainable Development Practices, Columbia Global Centers | Middle East
Energy & Sustainability Director, City of Grand Rapids
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Executive Director, Riverside Avondale Preservation
Citylinks Primer: Subnational Approaches for Low Emission, Climate Resilient Development
A Climate Leadership Academy on Urban Adaptation: From Risk Barriers to Results
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