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Glasgow City Council

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… and communities, biodiversity and habitats, supporting a sustainable, circular economy to thrive in the city. 1.1 Foreword Climate Change is the greatest challenge of our lifetime, and one with potentially devastating implications for all sectors of society if we do not rise to that challenge and act decisively and quickly. We recognise that the city council must show leadership on this issue…

…, which brings together key stakeholders to develop and design solutions in this area. 5 - Moving towards a circular economy: There are already a number of good examples of pioneering businesses going further and supporting innovation in the city. Glasgow is working hard to develop our ambitions for a circular economy in its recently approved and adopted its innovative Circular Economy

… Route Map, published in 2020. The route map presents a vision for a city which minimises the extraction and use of precious natural resources and encourages self-sufficiency and resilience. This resilient action will be undertaken whilst supporting local, inclusive and community business growth. A circular economy supports a more inclusive and resilient city. The city council, together…

… by carefully designing products and industrial processes in such a way that materials are nutrients in a perpetual flow in either the biological cycle or the technical cycle. The circular economy can have a major impact on economic and community resilience. The ‘self-regulating’ market on a global scale creates uncertainty, increasing price volatility, concerns over access to raw materials…


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