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Circular strategies that could cut global emissions and tackle climate goals

The Circularity Gap Report explains the danger of climate inaction and offers a way forward. Image: REUTERS/Nguyen Huy Kham

Victoria Masterson

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This is how much of the Earth’s raw materials we use each year. Image: Circularity Gap Report 2021
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