What is the key to a sustainable future? When will the world see a unified approach to sustainability? Does being sustainable means being more profitable? In this episode, we discuss the evolving attitude towards responsible business behavior, the role of incentives and regulations in ESG, and the increasing involvement of various stakeholders — from suppliers to employees.
Guest speaker: Dan Esty, Professor of Environmental Law & Policy at Yale University; Founding Partner at Constellation Research and Technology, Inc. and best-selling sustainable business author and editor of 12 books dedicated to sustainability, including the prizewinning “Green to Gold: How Smart Companies Use Environmental Strategy to Innovate, Create Value, and Build Competitive Advantage”

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