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The Coalition for Urban Transitions presents – Investing in a sustainable urban future: A guide to national and sub-national reform.
The creation of clean, compact, and connected cities can stimulate job creation and economic growth, improve air quality and living standards, and avoid the costs of sprawl – all while reducing carbon emissions. However, the sustainable urban infrastructure financing gap currently exceeds $1 trillion per year. Join us for a lively discussion on the means and methods of addressing this critical gap. This event will be the official launch of a major new publication ‘Scaling up investment for sustainable urban infrastructure: A guide to national and sub-national reform’ co-authored by the London School of Economics and the Coalition for Urban Transitions.
**Minister Bambang Brodjonegoro (Minister of National Development Planning of Indonesia)
**Professor Lord Nicholas Stern (Co-Chair, Global Commission on the Economy and Climate and IG Patel Professor of Economics and Government, LSE)
**Professor Ehtisham Ahmad (Senior Fellow, ZEF, University of Bonn and GRI, London School of Economics, Chinese Academy of Fiscal Science/Ministry of Finance Research Institute, Pao Yu-Kong Professor, Zhejiang University)
**Dr Andrew Steer, President and CEO, World Resources Institute
**Helen Mountford (Vice President for Climate and Economics, WRI and Program Director of the New Climate Economy)
**Chair: Ani Dasgupta (Global Director, WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities and Global Co-Director, Coalition for Urban Transitions)
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