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Code red: How cities can lead the way on climate action

'By pulling the right levers, cities can generate solutions for the climate crisis that will define the course for others to follow.' Image: REUTERS/Antonio Bronic

Niels Holm-Nielsen

Senior Disaster Risk Management Specialist, World Bank

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