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How green services can enable circular economy in cities worldwide

Cities and their residents all over the world stand to gain from the introduction of the servitisation model and a circular economy in public services and the private sector. Image: REUTERS/Victoria Klesty

Dimitris Karamitsos
Senior Energy Efficiency Business Developer Specialist, Basel Agency for Sustainable Energy (BASE)
Carla Della Maggiora
Senior Climate Change and Environmental Finance Specialist, Basel Agency for Sustainable Energy (BASE)
Hugo Manticello
Digital Communication Officer, BASE
Shefali Rai
Project Specialist, C4IR India
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