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Today’s short-termist markets do not reflect the real costs of degraded natural resources and unjust labor practices, or the hidden opportunities for long-term value creation. Market players must mobilize resources to speed this transformation by focusing supply and demand on generating sustainable products, services, practices, and economies.

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