On every issue, we must follow the evidence where it leads and listen to people where they are. If we do that, there is no problem we cannot solve.
Post-COP21, Cities Show Renewed Purpose and Stronger Commitment
Michael Bloomberg and His Disciples Spread City-Management Gospel
Mexican Government Upholds the National Tax on Sugary Beverages
A City Illuminated
Doctors Without Borders Receives Lasker-Bloomberg Public Service Award
Understanding Death, Extending Life
On Climate Change, COP21 and Public Art
Statement on COP21 Agreement
IN MIKE'S WORDS
Tomorrow can be better than today. And we know that it’s up to us to make it so.
Give Back. There’s nothing more rewarding than making a difference in other people’s lives.
Philanthropy can be a powerful force for change, and I’ll continue doing everything I can to leave an even better world for generations to come.
Mark Watts, Executive Director of C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group
On December 4th, more than 1,000 mayors, local representatives and community leaders took part in the Climate Summit for Local Leaders...
The Obama administration's decision to reform the U...
Horacio De la Vega, Director General del Instituto de Deportes de la Ciudad de México
Sports has always been a big part of life in Mexico City...
Patricia E. Harris, CEO of Bloomberg Philanthropies
Neighborhoods in London will be transformed this week through public art, as illuminated works will be projected across some of the...
Judith Kaye was not only the longest serving Chief Judge in New York State history, and not only the first woman to hold the post; she...
Mara Gay and Melanie Grayce West, WSJ
Near the main square in Mexico City, brightly colored chairs emblazoned with the city’s new tourism logo invite passersby to sit in a...
President Obama's decision to clarify and enforce the law requiring more gun sellers to conduct background checks is an important...