Businesses are at the forefront of providing society’s needs—from basic necessities such as food and shelter, to more extraneous demands like transportation and communication. As international organizations and governments set more stringent sustainability targets, and deadlines for achieving sustainability goals loom closer, all sectors of society must contribute to achieving local, national, and global sustainability targets, especially the business sector. Therefore, all businesses — both in developed and developing countries — are responsible for assuring that they provide society’s needs in a sustainable manner. For businesses to become sustainable, they must look at their very foundation: their business model. Read More
Lucy La Grassa
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