Corporations and the Environment

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Can companies still afford to be green?

Chief financial officers and their finance teams must make wise use of their companies' time, money, and other resources in response to the growing needs of investors, employees, regulators, government agencies, and other stakeholders. With all that's going on in the world, what is the role of environmental concerns within the corporation? Should that role be different, and if so, how? How do finance executives balance the long-term well-being of the environment and the short-term expectations that corporations face every quarter?

In our special report on Corporations and the Environment, the CFO.com team helps you get to the root of the issues with feature articles on sustainability reporting, accounting, insurance, ''green buildings,'' and more.

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