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Cities are home to more than half the world’s population and, as urban populations continue to rise, they must find ways to cope with acute demands for resources and space.

In response, a growing number are embracing circular economy principles, from roads made out of waste plastic in Chennai, to bricks made from old construction waste in Rotterdam.

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Ellen van Bueren, chair of urban development management, TU Delft | Delft University of Technology

Wayne Hubbard, chief operating officer, London Waste and Recycling Board

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Source: Guardian Environment