From funding Jane Jacobs to write “The Death and Life of Great American Cities,” to the current 100 Resilient Cities Challenge, The Rockefeller Foundation has long-viewed cities as places of ingenuity and innovation.
What will it take to make our cities more resilient?
We can’t continue to delude ourselves that things will get back to ‘normal’ someday. They…, President, The Rockefeller Foundation
It has long been recognized that the private sector can and must play a significant role in helping to make…, Associate Vice President, Managing Director, Asia, The Rockefeller Foundation
We need to take into account one major concern, and that is vulnerability. All of our cities have what I call…, Under-Secretary-General, United Nations
One critical step cities can take to facilitate their resilience building is to hire a Chief Resilience…, Managing Director, The Rockefeller Foundation
The significant climate-related risks faced by regions around the U.S. demand that we escape the cycle of…, Special Envoy, International Water Affairs at Kingdom of the Netherlands
Although “urban” is often described in a manner suggesting a fixed state, we need to rethink…, Sr. Associate Director, The Rockefeller Foundation