100 Resilient Cities Round 2 Announcement

100 Resilient Cities and The Rockefeller Foundation are proud and excited to announce the newest class of resilient cities!

Rockefeller Foundation President Dr. Judith Rodin and 100 Resilient Cities President Michael Berkowitz announced our newest 35 cities live from the Urban Resilience Summit in Singapore on December 3.

Here's a recording of the Dec 3 announcement for those who missed it.

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Meet the newest 35 Resilient Cities!

Africa

Accra (Ghana)
Arusha (Tanzania)
Enugu (Nigeria)
Kigali (Rwanda)

Latin America and the Caribbean

Cali (Colombia)
Juarez (Mexico)
San Juan (United States)
Santa Fe (Argentina)
Santiago de los Caballeros (Dominican Republic)
Santiago, Metropolitan Region (Chile)

Europe

Athens (Greece)
Barcelona (Spain)
Belgrade (Serbia)
Lisboa (Portugal)
London (England)
Milan (Italy)
Paris (France)
Thessaloniki (Greece)

Middle East

Amman (Jordan)

North America

Boston (United States)
Chicago (United States)
Dallas (United States)
Montreal (Canada)
Pittsburgh (United States)
St. Louis (United States)
Tulsa (United States)

Oceania

Sydney (Australia)
Wellington City (New Zealand)

South, Southeast, and East Asia 

Bengaluru (India)
Chennai (India)
Deyang (China)
Huangshi (China)
Phnom Penh (Cambodia)
Singapore (Singapore)
Toyama (Japan)

 

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