Mission to Scale Podcast: Sustainability Assurance as Greenwashing
Posted by Stanford Social Innovation Review on December 20, 2022
As climate change accelerates, companies are putting sustainability assurance –a certification for the sustainable production of products and services–at the forefront of their agenda. But they often present this data in a way that makes them seem more environmentally friendly than they actually are.
Listen to a discussion on how sustainability reporting can be used for greenwashing. Our guests are Donna Carmichael, Kazbi Soonawalla and Judith C. Stroehle. In our conversation we talk about the lack of mandated standards for sustainability assurance. We also address the urgent need to improve these reporting practices to make informed decisions about our environment.
Read the article written by Donna Carmichael, Kazbi Soonawalla and Judith C. Stroehle titled “Sustainability Assurance as Greenwashing” here.
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