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Nickel is set to become one of the most important critical minerals in the net zero transition, reaching a predicted global market of almost US$60bn within 5 years. Future industry growth will be driven by the dramatic increase in demand for lithium-ion EV batteries – of which nickel is a key component. Given the exponential growth in demand, there is still a high risk that supply will fall short in the coming decade.
China’s efforts to encourage businesses to cut emissions and improve carbon data transparency are critical to achieving a sustainable future. From the national emissions trading system expanding and opening to foreign investment, to carbon cutting incentives for individuals, there is a rising tide of carbon-related initiatives across China.
IS YOUR GLOBAL VALUE CHAIN SUSTAINABLE? EUROPE’S RULES HERALD NEW ERA OF CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY DUE DILIGENCE (CSDDD)
New rules in the EU that will force large companies to check their value chain for any adverse human rights and environmental impacts have inched closer. The obligation goes beyond checking – companies will have to work to bring any adverse impacts they find to an end. They’ll also need a transition plan to align their business strategy with a sustainable economy and the 1.5°C Paris Agreement warming target.
We are fast approaching the first milestone to limit temperature rises under the Paris Agreement and avoid the worst climate impacts: ‘peak emissions’ by 2025. The reality of the ground we need to cover to reach global decarbonisation targets is driving policies, investment and innovation. To do this effectively and within the desired timeframes it’s critical that we embrace collaboration by working together, sharing knowledge or simply connecting people.
24 November 2023
In Japan, in order to maintain appropriate public services given its aging public facilities, severe financial conditions of national and local governments, and population decline, administrators of public facilities there is need to improve efficiency of costs related to reconstruction, renovation, repair, and operation of public facilities, for instance in relation to management and consolidation of public facilities etc..
23 November 2023
The Australian Government has released its Regulating Digital Asset Platforms Proposal Paper (“Paper”) introducing a proposed regulatory framework to regulate digital asset platforms within the existing Australian financial services (AFS) licensing framework.
23 November 2023