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New climate alliances

Nature Climate Change volume 3, pages 537538 (2013) | Download Citation

Improving the ability of cities to mitigate and adapt to climate change has become a pressing global priority. Research now sheds light on the ways in which urban leaders are positioning themselves for the coming climate challenge.

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  1. Craig A. Johnson is in the Department of Political Science, Mackinnon 514, University of Guelph, Ontario N1G 2W1, Canada

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