Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced today that the city’s first chief resilience officer will be Aaron Koch, a deputy commissioner in water management since 2012 and developer of the Chicago Green Stormwater Strategy. In his new position, funded through Chicago’s partnership with the Rockefeller Foundation’s 100 Resilient Cities, Koch will coordinate city policy to help neighborhoods prepare for and recover more quickly from natural disruptions like flooding and blizzards.

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