The EU wants business to be sustainable. But it must empower companies to do that

November 19, 2021 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


A new European Parliament report sets out recommendations for sustainable corporate governance.
The present voluntary due-diligence regime on sustainability is inadequate.
Any mandatory regime must still leave room for businesses to tailor their own path to sustainability.


Read the full article at: www.weforum.org

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