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What Does It Take To Manage A Global City?; How Must Indian Cities Adapt to Climate Change?; Athens Takes Migrant Well-Being Into Its Own Hands

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FOR STORY 'INDIA MONSOON' BY KATY DAIGLE - In this Wednesday, June 29, 2016 photo, a man holds an umbrella as water engulfs him during high tide on the Arabian Sea coast, in Mumbai, India. A new study led by oceanographer Evan Weller, and released Friday by the journal Science Advances, shows that man-made climate change is responsible for most of the change seen in ocean surface temperatures near the equator across Asia, which in turn affect regional rainfall patterns including the Indian monsoon.

FOR STORY ‘INDIA MONSOON’ BY KATY DAIGLE - In this Wednesday, June 29, 2016 photo, a man holds an umbrella as water engulfs him during high tide on the Arabian Sea coast, in Mumbai, India. A new study led by oceanographer Evan Weller, and released Friday by the journal Science Advances, shows that man-made climate change is responsible for most of the change seen in ocean surface temperatures near the equator across Asia, which in turn affect regional rainfall patterns including the Indian monsoon.

Rajanish Kakade

On today's show:

  • Former mayor of Philadelphia Michael A. Nutter joins us to talk about what leading a global city, offering comments on crime and infrastructure.
  • Director of the Indian Institute for Human Settlements Aromar Revi discusses how urbanization and climate change intersect in India.
  • Athens' vice mayor on migrant and refugee affairs Lefteris Papagiannakis discusses the city government's efforts to accommodate migrants’ needs.
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