It seems to have taken a convergence of social movements and public crises over the past few years to put sustainability front and center of the global economy. From global warming to growing alarm over plastic waste suffocating our oceans, from the #MeToo movement to glaring gaps in terms of diversity and inclusion in corporate and political hierarchies, from Black Lives Matter to concerns over unfettered materialism and consumption – these urgent issues have galvanized governments, NGOs, ordinary citizens, celebrities and, critically, young activists.
Finally, like an existential über-emergency, COVID-19 has left entrepreneurs, investors, bosses and bankers questioning entrenched business models, production systems and, particularly, supply chains.
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