World of innovation – where supply chains make a difference - Supply Management
Jeplan uses a replica 'Back To The Future' DeLorean to publicise recycling cotton fibres into fuel. © Ayaka Aizawa/AP/PA images
Jeplan uses a replica 'Back To The Future' DeLorean to publicise recycling cotton fibres into fuel. © Ayaka Aizawa/AP/PA images

World of innovation – solar trams and odd-shaped football pitches

20 February 2017

Supply Management takes a look around the globe to highlight where supply chains are making a difference

Tanzania

By 2020, 50,000 farmers will be insured against crop loss caused by weather and climate change under the WINnERS project launched by scientists at Imperial College, London, and announced at the World Economic Forum. The scheme will also help farmers gain access to finance.

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