New regulation and fast-advancing data technologies can position European businesses to lead the world on supply chain transparency.
The path to net zero for Europe is about to accelerate with the introduction of new requirements for businesses. By 2026 an integrated package of incoming regulation will come into force, accelerating the move to planet-positive operations.
Regulation can be seen as a burden to meet, a cost to be incurred or red tape to navigate, but on this occasion, new directives transform the playing field, giving certainty to business leaders planning for their organisation’s sustainable future.
Mirroring the social expectations that drive this framework gives European companies the opportunity to assume global leadership on how supply chain risk can be mitigated and turned into an opportunity.
Regulation and data converge to turn a challenge into an opportunity for leadership.
At a time when data tools enable companies to standardise and trace their commitments across their own operations and beyond, increased transparency will support businesses in accelerating their positive impact and create commercially viable pathways to net zero.
The convergence of regulation and data gives companies a positive impetus to differentiate themselves as true sustainability leaders. In our new insight report, From Compliance to Opportunity, we discuss how businesses can capitalise on, and lead, the transition – including:
- The importance of supply chain risk
- How data is transforming supply chains
- Why new regulation is an opportunity
- How Europe can set the global standard
- Case studies of success
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EU’s emission reduction ambition by 2030 (below 1990 levels)
-7% of GDP
Potential cost of supply chain disruption in the Eurozone due to protracted Ukraine war
Europe’s energy transition investment in 2022