Anna Bruen and Natalie Messer Betts on The Hill outline how a circular economy that emphasizes being locally is beneficial to local economies, societies, and the environment.
- Buying locally encourages interaction with neighbors, building a sense of community.
- Eating locally grown food shortens supply chains thus lessening environmental impact.
- A circular economy invests in local communities, benefiting local businesses and making local economies more resilient.
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