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THIS ISSUE: 04 Nov - 10 Nov

As the great and the good meet in Sharm el-Sheikh to deliberate on the future of our Earth’s atmosphere and thus its habitable future, Australian retailers warn of climate-induced shortages of a number of basic commodities. A lot is at stake in the days – and years – ahead. It’s time for us to exercise all the ingenuity we have to solve our mounting planetary problems. And, of course, best of luck to our MD, Natasha Smith, and the Trade Intelligence business who will be in attendance at the Standard Bank Top Women Awards gala event tonight in Johannesburg. Enjoy the read.


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“Vulnerable countries are rightly concerned about loss and damage caused by other countries’ emissions. That’s certainly the reality for our African friends and partners […] The African continent is on the frontline of a climate emergency it did not create.”

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