Economic sanctions have been used as a tool of war for centuries. Their main objective is to deter bad behaviour and enforce behavioural change in targeted states.
Vaccine equity: how the World Economic Forum, UNICEF and leading logistics companies have supported inclusive and safe distribution of COVID-19 vaccines.
ESG education has the capacity to revitalize supply chains for a new, sustainable world — while mitigating risk and improving profitability. Here's how.
We outline 21 ways to change how we consume, keep and discard things to help build a circular economy. Across all aspects of life from food to travel.
The market in electric vehicles is growing fast – but not fast enough. To scale up effectively, we need to invest in battery swapping and electric roads
How are cities changing transport systems to handle rising emissions and growing urban populations? We look at Paris, Oslo, Tokyo, London and Buenos Aires.
A new front in the battle to combat climate change and achieve net zero is needed that rests on supporting SMEs and transitioning entire supply chains.
There has been chaos in global supply chains for more than two years. Businesses need new, resilient and profitable value chains. Here's how to do it.
Developing economies have been hard hit by pandemic-related supply chain disruption. Trade facilitation reforms can help remove red-tape and aid recovery.
Demand for circularity continues to grow. Companies that take small steps now to build circular business models and traceability capabilities will be in prime position.
Semiconductor chip shortage is a real problem. Faced with surging demand, semiconductor companies might adopt new strategies to increase chip supply and continue the industry's upward tra...
Watch this session on this page on 2 March 2022 at 11:15 CET to discuss how we can accelerate and scale the delivery of sustainable, circular global value chains.
Mexico's position between two oceans and abundant supply of renewable electricity means it has great potential to produce zero-carbon fuels for the shipping sector.
Global standards, more innovation and supply diversity will help ease potential choke points as demand grows for critical energy transition commodities.