With a new year underway, the climate emergency continues to impact, and draw the attention of, political, corporate, and civil society actors around the world, particularly following the mixed success of the COP 26 United Nations Climate Change Conference in November 2021. Against this backdrop, we continue our series of articles considering Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)-related factors in the context of complex global supply chains by taking a closer look at the "E" of ESG.

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