Supply Chains

Treasurers can help to lower emissions and build resilient supply chains. Here’s how

Supply chains are an essential part of the functioning of the global economy — making them greener is therefore critical to the transition to net-zero. Image: Getty Images

Edgard Carneiro Vieira
Community Engagement Specialist, World Economic Forum
Frank Waechter
Global Director Treasury and Insurance, Puma Group
Luca Gelsomino
Assistant Professor, University of Gronigen
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