A practical guide to key climate change considerations for supply chains
15 November 2021
Climate change has rapidly transformed the approach to supply chains and procurement. To address emerging supply chain risks and adapt to the requirements of rapidly evolving expectations, organisations need to understand and consider the transition taking place and be proactive and innovative in their approach going forward.
This practical guide has been designed to help organisations identify issues in their supply chain contracts, as well as suggesting ways forward. It is useful for organisations that are either a supplier or contractor, a purchaser or principal, or in many cases both.
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This article was originally co-authored by David Warren.
Construction, Major Projects and Infrastructure
Energy and Natural Resources
Responsible Business and ESG
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