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Hence, by their inherent circular and central situation, cities are uniquely positioned to drive a global transition towards a circular economy, with their high concentration of resources, capital, data, and talent over a specific geography, and could greatly benefit from the outcomes of such a transition.

This transition will enable all stakeholders, public and private practitioners, policy-makers, regulators and communities to collaborate and redesign urban governance for implementing and ultimately delivering circular local strategies through operational projects.

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