Both governments and corporations around the globe are transitioning to a Net-Zero Carbon Economy impacting supply chains, global trade, financial markets, insurance sectors and national security.
The Dynamic Sustainability Lab is supporting organizations in understanding the risks and unintended consequences in addition to the opportunities that arise with adopting policies and organizational strategies.
There is great competition among technologies, companies and countries to acquire a variety of critical minerals necessary for the sustainable technology transition. Our lab examines the implications to supply chains, national economies, the environment and national security.
Which financial institutions, pension funds and corporations are funding the transition? What are the drivers for ESG investments and how might greenwashing impact future investments?
EV Battery Manufacturing
Will there be enough capacity to manufacture the batteries needed to power the EV transition? How will the dominating role of battery manufacturing in China impact U.S. and global manufacturing? Will the power density increase enough to support other modes of transportation?
EV Incentives and Policies
How will the U.S. compete on a global scale? What policies at the state and federal level will be needed to off-set the costs to the consumer while also making American manufacturing competitve?