China: Which regional developments have global implications for corporate sustainability practices?

KBI Corporate Sustainability in China  

Environmental degradation in China has reached crisis levels, and the country's leadership is beginning to respond. Heightened environmental awareness, stringent regulation, and intensified enforcement carry opportunities and risks for multinational companies (MNCs) and foreign investors. Are their sustainability practices in China on par with what they do at home? The risk of severe sanctions for offenders is countered by enormous opportunities for those who emerge as sustainability leaders. This report assesses the sustainability performance of Fortune 500 companies in China and provides insights on sustainability leadership that apply to China and other emerging markets.

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