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COVID-19: The cities leading a greener and fairer recovery

Mayors of the world's leading cities, including the mayor of Milan, are joining forces for a post-COVID-19 recovery Image: REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo

Giuseppe Sala

Mayor, City of Milan

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