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Survey "Sustainable Development"

From business leaders’ visions to the practices of organizations

In order to bring discussions into concrete actions at Rio+20, the United Nations (UN) Conference on Sustainable Development, business leaders in Brazil - host country of the event, indicate the need to set clear goals to be met, and legal sanctions to countries and companies that do not meet the established goals.

This is one of the conclusions presented in the study "Sustainable Development – From business leaders’ visions to the practices of organizations," conducted by Deloitte, one of the largest audit and consulting firms in the world, between April 9th and May 15th. The sample was composed of business executives from 108 local and foreign organizations operating in Brazil, of all sizes and sectors, which together bill R$ 700 billion (17% of Brazil’s GDP).

Survey: Sustainable Development

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What to expect from Rio+20





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