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April 25, 2011


Courtney Wantink

Great article! I think this shows the importance of sustainability reports and long-term commitment to responsibility.

Henkel is a wonderful example of a company that may not have necessarily been formed for the purpose of creating 'green' products, but their personal annual accountability year after year naturally moves them in that direction anyway.

I feel that any company may be able to compile an annual sustainability report- yet some are under more pressure to do so (larger companies seem to face more scrutiny in this area). Would you argue that they have more responsibility to investors and shareholders, or that all companies have this responsibility, regardless of size or purpose?

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Nice article. Can I use some part of it my thesis?

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