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Mikael Mikaelson is a Policy Fellow at the Stockholm Environment Institute with the International Climate Risk and Adaptation team. His work focuses on transboundary climate risks and their impact on the global economy and wider society through international networks and interdependences, such as trade and supply chain networks.

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Building the business case for a just transition in supply chains

Companies are aligning themselves with a net-zero and climate-resilient economy, but this shift should not forget to implement a just transition

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Dispatch from the Climate-Trade Nexus
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Mikael Mikaelsson

Dispatch from the Climate-Trade Nexus

Adaptation

Although governments around the world are becoming increasingly aware of the exposure of global supply chains networks to the impacts of climate change, the free-market and free-trade agenda that has shaped global trade policy developments in recent decades has embedded a “market-first” approach that tends to assign ownership of such risks to the market. Yet, the level of awareness and readiness among private sector actors to act on transboundary climate impacts remains uncertain

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Dispatch from the Climate-Trade Nexus


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