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Is there really a business case for sustainability?

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Thanks to a comprehensive, aggregate study completed by the Natural Capital folks, we have now a clear and solid answer: YES. If you need convincing or would like to see some evidence, click here to download their report for free. Happy reading!

 

Author: Katrin Muff PhD

Dr. Katrin Muff is Director of the Institute for Business Sustainability in Lucerne, Switzerland and Professor of Practice at the LUISS Business School in Rome, Italy. She consults leaders and boards in business sustainability and strategic transformation, and runs an executive program together with Thomas Dyllick. Her book “Five Superpowers for Co-creators” provides insights about issue-centered multi-stakeholder processes. She brings 20 years of international strategic and general management experience in Europe, Australia, North America and Russia and a decade of leadership in business education. www.KatrinMuff.com

One thought on “Is there really a business case for sustainability?

  1. Hi Katrin,

    Yes, fully agree: there is a business case for sustainability.

    I am sending you attached a presentation on Unilever which I prepared for my next Governance course in June. I also talked to Paul recently… very convincing!

    All the best, Fritz

    Le 14.05.15 16:03, « Dean Katrin Muff » a écrit :

    > Dean Katrin Muff posted: “Thanks to a comprehensive, aggregate study completed > by the Natural Capital folks, we have now a clear and solid answer: YES. If > you need convincing or would like to see some evidence, click here to download > their report for free. Happy reading! ” >