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Podcast: Innovation Forum and renewable energy’s human rights risks

"Weekly podcast: Renewable energy’s human rights risks", 4 February 2021

This week: Jessie Cato from the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre talks about the latest tracker following the forced labour risks in the supply chains of the minerals necessary to transition global energy supply to renewables. Lithium, cobalt, copper, nickel are among the elements required for solar panels, batteries and wind turbines, and have significant supply chain human rights challenges.

Listen to the full episode here