Mihir Prakash is a Senior Research Analyst at AidData. Prior to joining AidData, he has worked with a variety of organizations to produce policy-relevant research, including the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network, Columbia University, the World Bank, Arizona State University, and the Indian government. Mihir holds a Masters in Public Administration - Development Practice from Columbia University and a Masters in Urban and Environmental Planning from Arizona State University. His previous research has focused on a variety of areas related to AidData’s work such as: infrastructure and development financing, data for development, urban and regional development, the sustainable development goals, and geospatial information systems.
What would it cost for our cities to be sustainable by 2030?
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