The current social and environmental crisis requires radical action from businesses. Corporate governance can be a key driver in transforming the economy.
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Last month, 181 CEOs of the US Business Roundtable committed “to lead for the benefit of all stakeholders”.
Surprisingly, this reopened a debate on what I thought was an already passé dogma of shareholder dominance—and it came from the US. But rather than more discussion, we should all now support these CEOs and make sure they walk the talk. The social and environmental crisis is a collective responsibility and it will not be alleviated without radical action from businesses.
But how to do that?
With indisputable scientific evidence that continuing on a path of endless growth is suicide, we urgently need ways forward. Accounta
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