New code of practice to mitigate slavery risks in renewables

The NSW Anti-Slavery Commission and the Clean Energy Council (CEC) are developing a code of practice to help identify modern slavery risks in renewable energy supply chains.

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Read more: Modern SlaveryNSW Anti-Slavery CommissionClean Energy CouncilJames CockayneKane ThorntonNorton Rose FulbrightOECD