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Looking Ahead to the 2030 Census: Get Involved Now

NLC (National League of Cities)

Census in 2030. The Census Bureau has already started the process for gathering feedback for the 2030 census and local leaders can engage in this process now to ensure future federal funding is flowing to their community in an […] Source. Although it seems far away it’s not too early to start thinking about the next U.S.

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The Number of People Affected by Floods Will Double by 2030

The City Fix

Flooding has already caused more than $1 trillion in losses globally since 1980, and the situation is poised to worsen: New analysis from WRI’s Aqueduct Floods finds that the number of people affected by floods will double worldwide by 2030. According to data from. Continue reading on TheCityFix.com.

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Battery 2030: Resilient, sustainable, and circular

McKinsey Public & Social Sector Insights

Battery demand is growing—and so is the need for better solutions along the value chain.

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A vision for medical affairs 2030: Five priorities for patient impact

McKinsey Public & Social Sector Insights

In 2018, we foresaw medical affairs playing a more strategic role and contributing greater patient impact. That future is now; there’s work to be done to realize it and reach the next level vision.

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Agencies Continue to Build Toward Their 5G Future

FedTech Magazine

The Census Bureau envisions more than 600,000 enumerators for the 2030 census connecting to a private 5G network — whether from a regional office or at someone’s doorstep — in lieu of the cloud. However, the timing for that shift is likely six years away.

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5 Strategies for Developing a Local Green Jobs Plan

NLC (National League of Cities)

If bold climate action is taken by 2030, U.S. Historic federal funding in a cleaner, more resilient economy coupled with global pressure to act necessitates a climate-ready workforce. cities could create nearly 20 million sustainable jobs, of which most would be developed within cities themselves.

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The economic state of Latinos in America: Advancing financial growth

McKinsey Public & Social Sector Insights

Financial-services revenues from Latinos may grow by up to $93 billion by 2030. To get more of that market, institutions would need to tailor their offerings.

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