Focus on economics and environment

Environmental footprint can be approximated in an objective and structured way. The reshuffling of the global supply chain presents ESG investment and engagement opportunities.


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Smart devices and electric vehicles have reshaped our world. As in-sourcing and re-industrialisation in strategic sectors are arising in developed economies, there will be environmental implications.   

Return to the Basics 
Getting the the basics right provides clarity The knowledge of technology, pricing and cost structure helps in the understanding of the environmental footprint in the manufacturing process and the circular economy (often the lack of it). In real life, recycling happens only when it is technologically and economically viable. 

 
 
 
 
 
 

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Technology

Chemistry & products

How the specialty chemicals are engineered for what purposes and which products.

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Economics

$$$ and intellectual properties

Patents may not be valued much on the book but they usually give pricing power. Fair trade matters. 

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Environment

Manufacturing & recycling

The recycling of scrap by electronic component manufacturers should be part of the equation.

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