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Nature-based solutions in cities are the future of the fight against climate change. Here's how to fund them

The city of Monterrey, Mexico.

Cities can use nature-based solutions to boost their resilience against climate change, at a lower cost. Image: Cande Westh on Unsplash

Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr
Mayor, City of Freetown
Luis Donaldo Colosio
Mayor, Monterrey
Lord Sally Capp
Mayor, Melbourne
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