Boston, Cleveland, and Washington, D.C. all have ambitious sustainability goals that require widespread community engagement to reach them. They are also members of the Urban Sustainability Directors Network (USDN)–a North American network that helps municipal sustainability directors and their staff learn from one another by sharing ideas and best practices. With grant funding from USDN, the three cities came together last week in Boston for a Peer-to-Peer Exchange to focus on community engagement. Each city is excelling in different areas–from ambassador programs, to summits, to CEO-level engagement. Here are highlights from the gathering: 1. Private sector engagement helps Boston rise as a climate

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