The Globe and Mail: Dr. Karl-Henrik Robèrt Among Leading Thinkers on Corporate Responsibility
The Globe and Mail recently featured the Founder of The Natural Step, Dr. Karl-Henrik Robèrt, in a series of videos as part of their commentary on leading thinkers on corporate responsibility. Dr. Robèrt touches on key sustainability topics such as what individuals can do to embrace sustainability? And how can our economy become sustainable? Thanks to The Globe and Mail for producing the videos and you can visit their website for more commentary on Leading Thinkers on Corporate Sustainability.
What can individual organizations do to embrace sustainability?
Professor Karl-Henrik Robèrt believes that before they tackle the question of environmental sustainability, corporations must first take the time to define it.
How can our economy become sustainable?
Professor Karl-Henrik Robèrt, Md, PhD, is one of Sweden's foremost cancer scientists and the founder of The Natural Step. He argues that, considering our planet's limited resources, there is no chance our economy will remain the way it is.
Professor Karl-Henrik Robèrt's experience as part of a large cancer care team inspired him to create The Natural Step, a group of environmental experts whose goal is the creation of a sustainable society.
Society is in danger of sliding further down a funnel of declining resources, according to Dr. Karl-Henrik Robèrt. We need to stop seeing sustainability as purely a cost, rather than an investment.