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The following is a collection of advocacy organizations, funding sources, media coverage, online tools, and software focused on making cities better, more efficient, and more resilient. The majority are U.S.-based and focused, so we particularly welcome suggestions from other parts of the world. Please email info@thecity2.org
Resources
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    The Atlantic Cities explores ideas and issues facing today’s global cities, uniting analysis of news, data, policies, and trends. 
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    City2 is a network of city-focused blogs, based in Santa Barbara, Calif. 
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    GOOD Ideas for Cities, in partnership with CEOs for Cities, convenes civic leaders and citizens to discuss how to improve their communities. 
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    Next City connects cities and people working to improve them with ideas, information, and analysis. 
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    The NPR Cities Project is calling on Americans across the country to share stories, sounds, and pictures about the heart of their city. 
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    Planetizen is a website dedicated to ideas, information, and news about urban planning, design, and development worldwide. 
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    The Streets Blog Network is a daily news source connecting people to issues shaping transportation and public life in cities. 
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    Streetfilms produces short films illustrating how smart transportation design and policy can result in better places to live, work and play. 
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    Urban Omnibus is an online project of the Architectural League that explores design, city planning, and public life in New York City. 
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