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What gets measured gets managed: How sustainability reporting can help save the planet

Can stakeholder capitalism be a force for good? More and more business leaders are valuing sustainability in response to consumers behaviour. Image: Unsplash

Maha Eltobgy

Managing Director and Chief Sustainability Officer, Brightstar Capital Partners

Jonathan Walter

Freelance writer, World Economic Forum

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Graph showing American's attitudes to climate change between 2008 and 2020
As people are preferring companies that embrace social purpose, businesses are incorporating sustainability into investment considerations. Image: Pew Research
Brian Moynihan, Chairman and CEO of Bank of America
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