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3 reasons why embracing the circular economy can be powerful for middle income countries

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Maria Carolina Schmidt Zaldívar

Former Minister of Environment of Chile, Ministry of Environment of Chile


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What is the World Economic Forum doing about the circular economy?

Pace's Circular Economy Action Agenda launches this month and will set out a way forward for business, government and civil society. Image: PACE

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