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How industrial clusters can become net-zero carbon exemplars

Suzhou Industrial Park, China, is nearly three times larger than the city of Paris and is home to over 4,000 businesses. Image: King of Hearts via Wikimedia Commons.

Sylvie Ouziel

Chief Executive Officer, Shared Platforms, Publicis Groupe

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