Being Environmentally Friendly Can Be Big Business

rebecca_hendersonRebecca Henderson, Co-director of the Business and Environment Initiative at Harvard, told World Innovation Forum delegates that, “We’re getting to the edge of the plant’s natural resources and that’s going to change the way we do business.”

Authenticity, engagement, values, and emotions are essential to building sustainable/regenerative corporations. She said we are consuming the planet’s natural resources faster than they can be replenished, and unless businesses change the way they do business and the way we as a global community produce energy, we are running an irreversible global risk.

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