100 Resilient Cities recently released a report highlighting the innovative ways that cities are confronting the growing challenge of migration.

They include a program in Montreal, Canada that helps small businesses with recruitment challenges and extends economic opportunity to migrants while strengthening their own businesses; a program in Amman, Jordan that is improving solid waste infrastructure to adapt to a large population influx, while reducing CO2 emissions and creating jobs; and a program in Los Angeles that is bolstering services at its public libraries to assist migrants on the path to citizenship.

The report points to the programs that are practical and replicable and can benefit all cities. You can find this report on 100 Resilient Citie’s Website here.