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Why subnational diplomacy can drive climate action

The story of humanity is a story of cities. Most of our history has been written in cities–they have inspired art, wars have been launched over them, and peace has been won and celebrated within them. Cities are centres for knowledge sharing, creativity, and innovation. The connections that come between cities and the people that live within them are an engine which can fuel the new green economy and are essential in developing new solutions to rectify some of the bi-products of climate change, the destruction caused by natural disasters, and the problems that come with increased urbanisation.

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