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Why businesses should think small on sustainable cities

Original story at GreenBiz• 6 mentions • 1 week ago

GreenBiz 1 week ago

 
Thursday, February 16, 2017 - 2:30amAs the Chief Purpose Officer of a 223,000-person company, Shannon Schuyler knows that it can be tempting to go big on a new social responsibility campaign. Take education. Rolling out a program that could benefit schools in one neighborhood is great. For a sprawling global business, though, large-scale programs that can be adapted to multiple places are often even better. The problem: it doesn't always work in practice. "I will put PwC certainly up there on top of the list. We come out and want to do a big program. We want it to be ...
 
 
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