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Navigating the Shifting ESG Landscape and Its Impacts on Value Chains

corpgov.law.harvard.edu

As the world of ESG rapidly evolves, businesses increasingly are being held to account for ESG issues not only within their direct control, but also throughout their value chains. Often complex and transnational in nature, value chains, particularly the more attenuated aspects, can pose unique—and even hidden—ESG risks. If companies do not identify and manage these risks, they may result in reputational, operational, and economic losses...

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