Study: Circular economy could unlock more than a quarter million jobs in London by 2030

Cecilia Keating
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Study: Circular economy could unlock more than a quarter million jobs in London by 2030

EXCLUSIVE: Report predicts major employment gains to be had by expanding sectors that enhance sharing, reuse, repair, and recycling of materials

More than 250,000 new jobs could be created in London if the capital's businesses, citizens, and policymakers work together to expand the city's circular economy, according to research published by a waste...

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