Ross Center for Sustainable Cities

Ross Center for Sustainable Cities
(2014; World Resources Institute, Washington; 200 staff;

Is an organization striving to help cities “become more accessible, healthy, equitable, and environmentally friendly.” Its “global network of trusted experts in urban economics, engineering, planning, finance, and policy” translate “rigorous research into tangible practice at the scale and pace cities in the developing world need.” It provides them with “objective information and practical proposals for policy and institutional change.”

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Leadership: Aniruddha Dasgupta (Global Director)
Budget: $ 29.3m

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