Today’s sustainability reporting model is bloated, burdensome, and broken. Its benefits do not outweigh its costs, and it should be discarded. That was the deliberately provocative statement of the debate I moderated at Facebook’s “Sustainability@Scale” event at their Menlo Park headquarters last month. Michelle Edkins of Blackrock, Ellen Jackowski of HP, Steve Lippman of Microsoft, and Natalie Teear of PwC got into the spirit of the debate—and sometimes argued positions that were not necessarily their own.
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