Aerial view of freight ship with cargo containers

Aerial view of freight ship with cargo containers on the sea. Photo: Narvikk / Getty Images.

The recommendations in the report aim to create value chains that are net zero, nature positive and equitable for all.

The World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) partnered with SEI and the Stockholm+50 Secretariat to mobilize companies and other stakeholders involved in six key global value chains: mobility, electronics, the built environment, fashion and textiles, food and agriculture, and travel and tourism. This process led to the creation of the Stockholm Action Agenda: Transforming Global Value Chains released at the 2022 Stockholm +50 conference. The Stockholm Action Agenda proposes three practical “action priorities” that could change structures and provide impetus for large-scale, business-driven transformation of value chains.