Two-thirds of execs pay sustainability attention

Two-thirds (70%) of execs claim their companies have made sustainability a permanent fixture on their agenda. A global survey of almost 3,000 executives and managers looked at firms’ attitude towards […]

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By Vicky Ellis

Two-thirds (70%) of execs claim their companies have made sustainability a permanent fixture on their agenda. A global survey of almost 3,000 executives and managers looked at firms’ attitude towards environmental, economic and societal issues. The study by the Boston Consulting Group and MIT Sloan Management Review suggests an increasing number of firms are taking sustainable business practices seriously.