Circular Economy

Waste not want not: 4 signs the circular economy is going strong

Buying second hand clothes, both in person and online, is on the rise. Image: REUTERS/Andrew Boy

Kevin Moss

Global Director, Business Center, World Resource Institute

Manish Bapna

Executive Vice President And Managing Director, World Resources Institute

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