Photo credit: Santa Rosa Red, White and Boom We are proud to introduce a new resource to support local sharing initiatives, co-created by leaders from around the world. Welcome to the beta version of the Sharing Cities Network online hub, which you can find now through the new “Community” tab in the main navigation of Shareable.net. The site will continue to be developed as we receive feedback and we welcome yours.
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