The green commodity revolution is coming - how can businesses stay ahead of the curve?

BusinessGreen staff
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The green commodity revolution is coming - how can businesses stay ahead of the curve?

Bain & Company research contends the shift to green commodities such as low carbon steel, sustainable chemicals, and biofuels is already underway, and 'a turning point' is fast approaching

Whichever way you look, a big shift is on the horizon right across the world's major commodities markets - indeed, in many cases it is already well underway. The rising costs of carbon, growing demand...

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