Weekly podcast: General Motors’ zero-emissions future, and insight from modern slavery’s front-line
This week: GM’s director of sustainability David Tulauskas on the customer-driven future for personal transportation, including full electrification, and anti-slavery charity Unseen’s CEO Andrew Wallis on how business risks on human rights and modern slavery are evolving.
Plus: Shell links executive pay to climate change targets, analysis of the latest Know the Chain labour rights benchmark into the apparel and footwear sector, and Australia’s modern slavery bill becomes law (at last).
And news of an exclusive special offer for podcast listeners (code: IFPOD10).
Hosted by Ian Welsh
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