The business case for empowering women through climate-resilient supply chains

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For the past three years, the World Economic Forum‘s annual Global Risk Report has ranked climate risks high priority in terms of likelihood and impact. For business, this includes both supply chain risks, like water scarcity, and general physical and operational risks that will require resilience and adaptation solutions.

In addition to the economic impacts on physical assets and infrastructure, climate change will have a profound effect on people in supply chains and the communities in which they operate. This human dimension is often overlooked yet extremely important in addressing climate risk and ensuring business continuity.

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