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Steffen Foldager Jensen

Tracking the embodied carbon in products, as well as preserving critical raw materials, will be a requirement in future maritime supply chains, to enable resource consumption to be decoupled from growth trajectories. Circular economy constructs and digital product passports can facilitate this through the exchange of data and information that will enable sound decision-making in support of data-enabled repair, remanufacturing, or recycling.