18 Truths about Sustainability: Insights from the 16th Annual Sustainability Summit

The Conference Board, Inc., 16 pages, August 24, 2017
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Sustainability reporting needs to be built into everyday business activities, especially since it has become a tool to attract mainstream investors.

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Sustainability is no longer just about altruism and compliance—it is also playing an increasingly significant role in business strategy, goal setting, and decision making. Sustainability reporting has grown so much in importance that it is now a career path at some companies, and the reports themselves have moved from being warm and fuzzy feel-good pieces to illustrating real business implications, such as cost savings and increased efficiency. Sustainability programs and the resulting reports are valuable tools in attracting mainstream investors, enhancing brand and reputation, recruiting and retaining employees, boosting employee engagement, and securing new business. 

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