Why are CEOs struggling to prove sustainability value to investors?

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A new study reveals mounting challenges in quantifying the impact of green initiatives. But there are ways to overcome the issue

A recurring challenge faced by businesses looking to become more fundamentally sustainable is how to demonstrate the value of their initiatives to shareholders and investors. This problem was highlighted...

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