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Defining Corporate Sustainability

18 July 2014

The Global Association of Corporate Sustainability Officers (GACSO) and Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) have issued a white paper seeking feedback on their proposed directions for defining corporate sustainability and related under-pinning terms.

Terms such as corporate sustainability, sustainable development, sustainable business and corporate responsibility are being considered in an attempt to create the common lexicon needed to build a shared understanding between corporate sustainability professionals and wider stakeholders.

A copy of the white paper can be downloaded from the GASCO website.

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