Coalition of CEOs Endorses Economic Roadmap for Sustainable Post-COVID Recovery

September 3, 2020 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


A new coalition of global leaders including the CEOs of Danone, Interface, L’Oréal, Mastercard, Natura, Philips and 8 other companies — representing a combined annual revenue of over US$100 billion and a combined global workforce of over 500,000 — today endorsed a post-COVID roadmap to “build the economic system better.”

Building on a wave of recent purpose-driven business declarations — including the Business Roundtable’s redefinition of the purpose of a corporation to one in which business promotes “an economy that serves all”; and LEAD on Climate 2020, which saw 300 business leaders calling on the US Congress to address recovery from the climate and COVID crises in tandem — the goal of the new roadmap is to create an inclusive and sustainable economy that benefits society, the planet and shareholders for generations to come.


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