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.
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We can’t continue to delude ourselves that things will get back to ‘normal’ someday. They…, President, The Rockefeller Foundation, 2005 – 2017 President Emerita, University of Pennsylvania
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
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