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Preparing for climate risks to key commodities: What businesses should know
PwC research shows how heat stress and drought imperil the production of critical minerals, food crops, and industrial metals. Companies can limit disruption by acting now.
by Steve Bochanski, Emma Cox, and Lit Ping Low
 
 
 
 
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Plus: Why you want what you want strategy+business a pwc publicationstrategy+business a pwc publication April 30, 2024 Share: Share to Twitter X Share to LinkedIn Share to Facebook Share to email Preparing for climate risks to key commodities: What businesses should know PwC research shows how heat stress and drought imperil the production of critical minerals, food crops, and industrial metals. Companies can limit disruption by acting now. by Steve Bochanski, Emma Cox, and Lit Ping Low s+b essential reading Why you want what you want Thwarted ambition led serial entrepreneur Luke Burgis to author a clear-eyed examination of his own unconscious desires. by Theodore Kinni Stat of the week Share of investment allocated to future reinvention, as opposed to current operations, at companies highly affected by technological disruption Help us improve strategy+business = strategy-business apwe publication “power changers” business We’re interested to hear your views on the latest issue of s+b. Please share your thoughts and help us plan future issues by taking this quick survey. Most popular REIMAGINING CONSUMER INSIGHTS AT PEPSICO Stephan Gans, PepsiCo’s Chief Consumer Insights and Analytics Officer, wants to bake real-time, data-rich insights into the food-and-beverage giant’s commercial decision-making processes. by Vishal Garg and Tom Fleming SYNTHETIC DATA: A SAFER, SMARTER SOLUTION FOR TRAINING AI? In episode two of Voices in Tech, CEO Harry Keen introduces us to his synthetic data startup, Hazy, and we hear from PwC’s Marcus Hartmann on how companies can safely use their data to create value. SKILLS-FIRST HIRING IN THE ERA OF AI In this first episode of our audio series Voices in Tech, we hear about the talent management startup Retrain.ai from its cofounder Shay David, and PwC’s Bhushan Sethi weighs in on the impact skills-first hiring and technologies like generative AI will have on the workforce. Stay connected with strategy+business twitter x linkedin facebook rss apple app store google play store If you have contacts who might enjoy this newsletter, please forward this email. They can sign up to receive it here. This email was sent to [email protected]. . . Read our privacy statement. [email protected] ©2024 PwC. All rights reserved. PwC refers to the PwC network and/or one or more of its member firms, each of which is a separate legal entity. Please see www.pwc.com/structure for further details. Strategy+business is published by certain member firms of the PwC network. Articles published in strategy+business do not necessarily represent the views of the member firms of the PwC network. Reviews and mentions of publications, products, or services do not constitute endorsement or recommendation for purchase. Mentions of Strategy & refer to the global team of practical strategists that is integrated within the PwC network of firms. For more about Strategy&, see www.strategyand.pwc.com. No reproduction is permitted in whole or part without written permission of PwC. “Strategy+business” is a trademark of PwC.    
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