A Better World, Inc.A Better World, Inc.
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A Better World, Inc.

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Alice Korngold

Major corporations are not adversaries of the planet; in fact, they possess significant potential as its valuable allies. Unlike governments and non-governmental organizations, corporations can contribute more. Engaging in the battle against global warming is not only a matter of responsibility but also offers substantial financial benefits, reducing costs and increasing profits. When corporations actively combat climate change, it results in a win-win situation for all parties involved. Work together. Collaboration with non-governmental organizations, and businesses, and also engaging stakeholders such as employees, customers, investors, and the community is crucial for successfully achieving environmental goals. By actively involving individuals who can contribute diverse ideas and skills, the process of attaining these goals becomes more manageable and effective.

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The book "A Better World, Inc." argues that contrary to popular belief, corporations have the potential to address environmental concerns more effectively than governments and activist groups. It outlines the reasons behind this perspective and provides actionable steps that businesses can take to both improve the planet and increase their profits.

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Major corporations are not adversaries of the planet; in fact, they possess significant potential as its valuable allies. Unlike governments and non-governmental organizations, corporations can contribute more. Engaging in the battle against global warming is not only a matter of responsibility but also offers substantial financial benefits, reducing costs and increasing profits. When corporations actively combat climate change, it results in a win-win situation for all parties involved. Work together. Collaboration with non-governmental organizations, and businesses, and also engaging stakeholders such as employees, customers, investors, and the community is crucial for successfully achieving environmental goals. By actively involving individuals who can contribute diverse ideas and skills, the process of attaining these goals becomes more manageable and effective.

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Both governments and non-governmental organizations encounter difficulties in effectively addressing the world's most complex problems.

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Corporate giants desire to help developing countries grow their economies and healthcare systems.

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To effectively execute, oversee, and document its strategy, a company requires a sustainability committee.

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When creating and applying sustainability practices, stakeholders must be actively involved.

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Companies should collaborate with non-profit organizations and other businesses to achieve their environmental objectives.

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