6 local governments seriously tackling waste

Copenhagen, Denmark.
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Copenhagen, Denmark.

This article originally appeared at 2Degrees.

You’ve already met those leading the charge. So, as promised, we’re taking a closer look at those finalists for the inaugural Circulars, who undoubtedly have been biting their nails as they await the announcement of the winners (at the World Economic Forum in Davos, no less). Supported by Accenture, these awards are recognizing those who have made a notable contribution to driving the circular economy. So who are they, and why are they so great?

This time, we’re looking at the cities and regions contesting for the Ecolab Award for Circular Economy Cities & Regions, which are establishing the enabling environment for the circular economy to develop and flourish.