With the changing weather patterns and the rising number of natural disasters, it is easy to become concerned about the state of the planet. However, we not only have the capacity but we also carry the responsibility to address the multitude of sustainability challenges we face.
Sustainability is also the biggest new business opportunity that most of us will see in our lifetime -- there won’t be a major business decision taken in years to come that does not have to take account of sustainability.
There are already good commercial reasons for investing in sustainability and for taking sustainability discussions to the boardroom. Take a closer look at what these reasons are by reading this article.
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|Dan Hamza-Goodacre is an assistant director of the sustainability and climate change team of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (United Kingom), a member firm of the PricewaterhouseCoopers global network. He has over 12 years experience working in both the public and private sectors. His current focus is on green growth, financing sustainability and sustainable land use. For comments and inquiries, you may call +632 845-2728 (Manila) or +44 (0)207 8041133 (London).
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