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Trade policies can make the global supply chain climate-change resilient

From the acceleration in rising sea levels to water shortages, climate change can bring disruption to the global supply chain far beyond what has been experienced over the past 18 months

Eliminating tariffs and non-tariff barriers that limit trade in ‘green’ goods, harmonising environmental standards of goods and services, along with removing market-distorting subsidies on energy and agriculture sectors, all have the potential to restructure global supply chains to be better prepared for climate change challenges

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