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Posted on: November 15, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Climate Projects Featured in Cities100 Publication

Cities100 is a publication that seeks to identify, analyze, and communicate the most ground-breaking solutions to climate change in cities today, helping cities both adapt to climate change and mitigate its effects. By presenting 100 city solutions, the Cities100 publication serves as a guide to policy makers and urban planners seeking to create resilient and productive urban environments required for a climate-safe future. Solutions from 61 cities in five continents have been announced that show how local governments around the world are taking the necessary steps to mitigate and adapt to climate change, while at the same time creating valuable co-benefits for their economies, communities, and citizens' health. The City of Eugene has two featured projects in this publication: the Love Food Not Waste program and the Climate and Hazards Vulnerability Assessment. More information can be found on the Cities100 website: You can also contact Stephanie Scafa for more information ( or 541-682-5652).

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