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Pascal Mittermaier
Working to help cities flourish as the Global Managing Director, Cities at The Nature Conservancy ().
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Protecting is a crucial strategy to manage change
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Sam Brannen Jun 22
Could cities be the new epicenters of global environmental sustainability? Interesting piece by 's making just that case.
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Emma Latham-Jones Jun 22
Poorly planned urban growth could even interfere with best defense against a changing climate—the natural systems that sequester and mitigate greenhouse gases and help communities adapt to
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Pascal Mittermaier Jun 22
Municipal leaders don’t have to choose between people and nature, my colleague writes in The City Fix
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WBG Environment Jun 21
From : A great green city is equitable and accessible so that all residents benefit from clean water, fresh air and nearby nature.
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Mark Tercek Jun 21
Cool video on TNC program to a) get kids outdoors b) build more people for the environmental movement C) increase tree canopy in Albuquerque.
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GEF Jun 20
Urban conservation doesn’t have to be a separate goal for city leaders to add onto their already busy agendas, says . It’s an approach that can help city leaders meet existing goals to support their communities.
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Pascal Mittermaier Jun 21
A7 - Great examples in Sao Paulo & Nairobi of working with local people to better manager watersheds. Water security for urban residents, habitat protection, job creation. Win, win, win. (Photo of the Upper Tana-Nairobi Water Fund)
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GFDRR Jun 21
A4: must rebuild in ways that are climate- and disaster-resilient, so that the poorest communities are far less vulnerable the next time disaster strikes. Check out our just released report:
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WRI Ross Center Jun 21
A3: Cities must provide housing, increase accessibility to transport, jobs & basic services, and implement policies. Prioritizing the underserved brings economic & environmental benefits for all.
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Pascal Mittermaier Jun 21
A4 - Natural solutions should benefit ALL neighborhoods. We must work together to ensure efforts to make cities greener result in healthier communities for EVERYONE. (A few ideas here: )
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Pascal Mittermaier Jun 21
Lots to list! In the U.S., Phoenix and Louisville are planting trees to make cities more livable and urban life healthier.
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Laura Huffman Jun 21
A1: 75% of the infrastructure we'll need to sustain the global urban population by 2050 doesn't exist today - we can't keep on keeping on with business as usual.
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Pascal Mittermaier Jun 21
A2 - Poorly planned urban growth could interfere w/ a city's best defense against climate change: natural systems. Nature can help create . More from here:
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The Nature Conservancy Jun 21
It is vital that we build resilient and sustainable cities for all. Discuss how to support urban progress at 10am ET today with , , & . Join the conversation using :
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Pascal Mittermaier Jun 20
The platform, featuring ’s Water Funds Toolkit has launched at in !
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Pascal Mittermaier Jun 20
“Rich cities create solutions for other rich cities, but poor cities create solutions for everyone” -Oliver Hillel
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LaTresse Snead Jun 20
shared ’s approach to working with cities and local communities to implement nature based solutions to solve various challenges at .
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