Sustainability, automation and the future of manufacturing

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Sustainability, automation and the future of manufacturing

Industry and manufacturing has been slow to develop compelling responses to the challenge of carbon emission reductions - until now, writes Seb Beloe, partner and head of research at WHEB Asset Management.

Robotics and wider trends around automation are rarely out of the news at the moment with everyone from Mark Carney to McKinsey opining on the likely positive or negative impacts. There are myriad views...

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