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Demand for sustainable products, services and methods of work has increased rapidly since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Businesses and markets around the world are taking advantage of this trend, moving to meet that growing demand and support customers and industries to do the same.

Below, you can explore ANZ Institutional’s coverage from 2021 of the shift to a net-zero economy.


A better kind of supply chain

Developing and operating sustainable supply chains is likely to improve investor and consumer perceptions, manage costs and drive innovation.
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China’s sustainable future

China’s carbon neutrality policy is macroeconomic policy. The country’s role in global supply chains and its growth profile closely correlate with its carbon emissions path.
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The colour of Australia's infrastructure

The medium to long-term future is looking bright for renewable energy projects in Australia.
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A sustainable driver of growth in China

As China focuses on sustainable growth, it makes economic sense to reduce carbon emissions in the long run.
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