Episode 163: A 'ROSI' path for calculating sustainability ROI
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Progress on quantifying corporate sustainability investments (18:18)
It's been one year since New York University's Center for Sustainable Business (part of the Leonard N. Stern School of Business) introduced the Return on Sustainability Investment (ROSI) methodology. The center's director Tensie Whelan weighs in on which companies are using it, and how. Plus, thoughts on intriguing new research into consumer purchases of products marketed as sustainable. Hint: apparently buyers are buying the messaging.
*All music in this episode by Lee Rosevere
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