Suzanne Malec-McKenna

Chicago Department of Environment

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Outgoing Commissioner of the Chicago Department of Environment

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Due to the political ambivalence about global warming, city planners in many cities are discreet about "integrating preparedness into traditional planning."

Chicago Out Front on Adapting to Climate Change

Due to the political ambivalence about global warming, city planners in many cities are discreet about "integrating preparedness into traditional planning."

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