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10 global cities charting a green recovery from coronavirus
by Anastasia Moloney
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16 July 2020
On 16 July 2020 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
More than 40 mayors of major cities from Montreal to Medellin pledged on Wednesday [15 July] to push for a 'green and just' economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. The mayors, part of a global network of cities fighting climate change, said they are committed to investing in green jobs and low-carbon transport as part of efforts to stimulate economies flattened by virus shutdowns. Thomson Reuters Foundation looks at what 10 mayors across the world are doing to promote greener cities.
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