The cost of not adopting sustainable measures is growing exponentially. The world-wide economic impact of global warming crises affecting trade, supply in products, availability of fossil fuels, and (input) prices for goods and services makes moving towards renewable energy and sustainability more imperative than ever. Discussions and initial commitments to reduce global warming has been an important first step in creating a sustainable future; however, corporations now need enforceable policies and procedures to remain accountable.
Sweeney, Julia R., "The Cost and Benefits of Measuring Sustainability" (2020). Faculty and Staff Works. 1.