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Building resilient net-zero critical supply chains – recent developments and key considerations

Recent policy and regulatory developments have shown that governments and businesses around the world are increasingly focused on consolidating their competitive positions in the green industrial revolution. Significant efforts are being made to strengthen, onshore and “friend-shore” supply chains and value chains of raw minerals, components, machinery and technologies which are critical for the transition to a net zero, climate resilient and nature positive future. This bulletin identifies several key considerations for businesses in light of such developments.

The developing policy and regulatory landscape presents fresh opportunities for businesses to adapt their supply chains, to better position themselves for continued success in the net zero transition. Businesses should take considered steps towards reorienting supply chains (including to incorporate circularity) and identifying areas for collaborations, bearing in mind the need to achieve high standards of compliance with the ever-expanding web of ESG-related regulations.

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