5 ways to achieve circular development on the local level

The Circular Economy turns linear supply chains into loops so that nothing is wasted. Ideally, there is no more end of the line like a landfill. Practitioners look at all the options across supply chains to use as few resources as possible in the first place, keep resources in circulation for as long as possible, extract the maximum value from them while in use, and recover and regenerate products at the end of service life.

Put simply: It means understanding that everything is a resource to be kept in circulation. There is no garbage or waste.

But what does a circular city look like, and how can local governments and citizens come together to create one?

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