Over two decades ago when global responses to climate change first began, a quiet and often unnoticed movement began in cities in North America and Europe to tell the story of climate change as an urban issue. After two decades of action, cities now find themselves in the climate change limelight. New initiatives abound. Urban experiments in the form of sharing economies, social innovations, urban living laboratories and novel technologies are to be found everywhere.
Read more of the article at the Huffington Post by Harriet Bulkeley from the GUST Project.