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Ga Tech’s Smart Cities Initiative Hosts Post-Carbon Cities of Tomorrow Roundtable

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On Tuesday, September 18th, Georgia Tech’s Smart Cites and Inclusive Innovation hosted a “Rounding the Pillars of the Circular Economy – Post Carbon Cities of Tomorrow” Roundtable sponsored by the Ecologic Institute, Pocacito, the European Union, Strategic Energy Institute, EPICenter, Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business, School of Civil & Environmental Engineering, and the Institute for People & Technology.

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SCII: Tell us a little about yourself.
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