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Harvard Business Review: Overselling Sustainability Reporting

For 20 years progressive thinkers have argued that a more sustainable form of capitalism would arise if companies regularly measured and reported on their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance. While reporting has become widespread, and some firms are deriving benefits from it, environmental damage and social inequality are still growing. Kenneth Pucker, Lecturer in Management & Organizations, outlines challenges with sustainability reporting and sustainable investing in an HBR article.

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For 20 years progressive thinkers have argued that a more sustainable form of capitalism would arise if companies regularly measured and reported on their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance. Although reporting has become widespread, and some firms are deriving benefits from it, environmental damage and social inequality are still growing. Kenneth Pucker, Lecturer in Management & Organizations at Questrom, outlines challenges with sustainability reporting and sustainable investing in a Harvard Business Review article.

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