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Global Brief – World Affairs in the 21st Century – is a top-tier international affairs magazine with a heavy global readership. Publishing quarterly in print and online out of the Institute for 21st Century Questions (21CQ), GB features the original works of leading and rising-star writers on world affairs writ large – international politics, business, culture, movements and trends.
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Cities and Water: Too Much, Too Little, But Not Too Late
Rotterdam Exchange,Water management and Multi – Benefit Solutions Lessons learned and Tactical Guidance
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Place Governance Trough Neighborhood Offices
By Nate Storring, Mar 23, 2016
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Living Downtown Toronto Survey
[Mentioned in the previous article]
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ReNew Canada
Thousands of Canada’s infrastructure key players and policymakers turn to ReNew Canada for exclusive, insightful content to help them build resilient public assets. Along with coverage of all main sectors and regular columns on legal and financing trends, each issue explores timely news, best practices, and focused roundtables.
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These U.S. Cities Are Best Prepared to Adapt to Climate Change
While many municipalities have plans to cope with higher temperatures and rising sea levels, few have developed detailed strategies to implement them.
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Superblocks to the rescue: Barcelona’s plan to give streets back to residents
The Catalan capital’s radical new strategy will restrict traffic to a number of big roads, drastically reducing pollution and turning secondary streets into ‘citizen spaces’ for culture, leisure and the community
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Bay Area Voters Will Decide Next Month If They Want To Pay To Adapt To Sea Level Rise
California has long been a leader in tackling climate change. But in June, voters in the San Francisco Bay area will have the chance to take their state’s commitment to addressing the impacts of climate change and environmental degradation a step further.
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Almost Everything You Know About Climate Change Solutions Is Outdated, Part 1
First, climate science and climate politics have been moving unexpectedly quickly toward a broad consensus that we need to keep total human-caused global warming as far as possible below 2°C (3.6°F) — and ideally to no more than 1.5°C.
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Shifting Diets for a Sustainable Food Future
Creating a Sustainable Food Future, Installment Eleven
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The Institute for 21st Century Questions (21CQ), founded in 2014, is a vision and strategy tank that, in association with Global Brief magazine, aims to analyze and help provide real-life solutions to – and participate in solution-making for – some of the major geopolitical, political and social questions of this new century.

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