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How can cities improve cycling infrastructure to reduce climate change?

Cities’ designs can spark ideas for keeping pedestrians and cyclists comfortable during their commutes while also minimizing urban carbon footprints. Image: Unsplash/ Hester Qiang

Sandrine Boukerche

Climate Change and Finance Specialist and Co-Lead,, Invest4Climate and World Bank

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