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– Picture a map of Florida with its long sandy beaches and wetlands, or cities like New York, Venice, and Alexandria, all metropolises with some pretty watery boundaries. Now, try to picture what these might look like in 100 years. The Sunshine State might look very different than it does today. The same goes for

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Chicago is the third most populated city in the US, It’s a railway hub for the entire country, and it’s simultaneously the most diverse and the most segregated city in America. Which means it’s less a city and more a loose network of very different neighbourhoods all Voltroned together into one cohesive unit. Chicago’s been

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to avoid catastrophic climate change we must radically cut carbon emissions 80% of which are created by cities but big rapid change needs public support well-designed policies connecting the climate emergency with people's everyday needs create that support people want better jobs thriving local economy more green spaces cleaning warm homes and healthier travel with

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