A circular city is the one that focuses on regenerative economic model in its functions and services by promoting systemic transition from the linear ‘take-make-use-dispose’ model to 'circular closed-loop systems'.
Cities are the largest consumers of energy and materials, but at the same time they offer an opportunity to manage resources better and efficiently. They are cradles of innovation and socio-economic transformation with an enormous potential to lead the transition to a circular economy.
Local and regional governments manage a number of key sectors in urban areas, such as mobility and waste management, and are ultimately responsible for controlling land use and urban planning. Their public procurement and investment budgets can also play a key role in driving demand for circular products and services.
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