NESEA Funder, the Barr Foundation, is up to some exciting projects. Mariella Puerto's been keeping us in the loop. Two thirds of the world’s energy use and 70% of global carbon emissions come from cities. There is no way we can address climate change without them. Larger cities like Boston have demonstrated critical leadership. Yet, success against this global challenge depends on leadership from smaller cities too, where the opportunities and challenges are different. Even if their goals are the same, smaller cities need their own playbook. Learn about a Barr grantee that has been creating one.
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