Supply chains and livelihoods

 

It shouldn’t cost the earth for supply chains to meet our needs. Yet entrenched in many global supply chains are environmental abuse, poor working conditions, unequal distribution of profits, and inefficient use of resources.

Shifting these complex problems requires us to collaborate, remove barriers to progress, coordinate our efforts and innovate solutions in the face of disruptive change. Only then can we secure sustainable supply, viability and fair livelihoods across global industries. At Forum for the Future, we're actively working on this challenge. You can explore the trends and signals we're watching below, or head over to our main website to see our initiatives in this area.  

The very context of supply chains and livelihoods is changing before our eyes. Whether it's the disruptive threat of automation, the hope of ultra-transparency provided by digital legers, or the emergence new materials, here is where we track the latest signals of change and what they mean for sustainable supply chains and livelihoods.  

 

 

It shouldn’t cost the earth for supply chains to meet our needs. Yet entrenched in many global supply chains are environmental abuse, poor working conditions, unequal distribution of profits, and inefficient use of resources.

Shifting these complex problems requires us to collaborate, remove barriers to progress, coordinate our efforts and innovate solutions in the face of disruptive change. Only then can we secure sustainable supply, viability and fair livelihoods across global industries. At Forum for the Future, we're actively working on this challenge. You can explore the trends and signals we're watching below, or head over to our main website to see our initiatives in this area.  

The very context of supply chains and livelihoods is changing before our eyes. Whether it's the disruptive threat of automation, the hope of ultra-transparency provided by digital legers, or the emergence new materials, here is where we track the latest signals of change and what they mean for sustainable supply chains and livelihoods.  

 

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