Doubling down on supply chain due diligence to stop EU consumption of palm oil, soy, wood, cocoa, coffee and beef from driving deforestation

Week of 15 November 2021 Doubling down on supply chain due diligence to stop EU consumption of palm oil, soy, wood, cocoa, coffee and beef from driving deforestation Our key takeaway: The European Commission’s proposal for a regulation would require companies and traders of palm oil, soy, wood, cocoa, coffee and beef to demonstrate that … Continue reading Doubling down on supply chain due diligence to stop EU consumption of palm oil, soy, wood, cocoa, coffee and beef from driving deforestation

Rights-based climate litigation on the rise

Week of 15 November 2021 Rights-based climate litigation on the rise Our key takeaway: Advocates have found a new foothold to advance climate litigation by grounding complaints in human rights law. While the trend is still in nascent stages, it is gaining enough momentum for companies to sit up and take note of the emerging … Continue reading Rights-based climate litigation on the rise

Initiatives centering women in net-zero strategies create a multiplier effect towards supply chain resilience

Week of 15 November 2021 Initiatives centering women in net-zero strategies create a multiplier effect towards supply chain resilience Our key takeaway: In supply chains where women play a key role, such as apparel and agriculture, companies cannot afford to ignore their contributions to climate resilience. By thinking holistically and investing in efforts that address … Continue reading Initiatives centering women in net-zero strategies create a multiplier effect towards supply chain resilience