Municipalities from Amsterdam to Peterborough are mapping out how firms can work together to share resources

Cities are increasingly looking to adopt circular economy models, encouraged by collaborative platforms such as Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Circular Cities Network, Circle Economy’s Circle Cities programme and Fira Barcelona’s Circular Cities event, which debuted last year.

Glasgow and Amsterdam are among those undertaking circular scans to map...

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