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About City Climate Corner

City Climate Corner explores how small and mid-sized cities are tackling climate change and moving toward an equitable and sustainable future. 

Cities produce more than 60% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Big cities get most of the attention, but most household emissions in the US actually come from communities outside urban cores - making them critical players in climate mitigation and climate justice.

Co-hosted by Abby Finis (@minneabbolis) and Larry Kraft (@LarryKraft1), each episode of City Climate Corner will delve into implementable ideas for smaller cities to make measurable and equitable reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.

Help us keep the podcast going so we can bring you more episodes. 
Music by King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard. Logo design by Adam Finis.



Background on co-hosts:


Abby Finis
- Provides technical assistance to local governments in the Midwest to help them set and achieve climate goals. She's focused on successful implementation of initiatives that lead to more vibrant and equitable communities while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Served as co-chair of the Minneapolis Energy Vision Advisory Committee from 2016-2018. Lead author on numerous city climate action and energy action plans in Minnesota. LinkedIn profile.

Larry Kraft - City Council Member in St. Louis Park, MN, first ring suburb of Minneapolis, that has the most aggressive city climate goals in MN. Ran for office in 2019 on a climate change and youth involvement platform. Former Executive Director of iMatter (now part of Climate Generation), which helped pre-college students run their own local climate campaigns in hundreds of cities around the country. LinkedIn profile.

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