You are what you sell : product roadmapping : driving sustainability
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The Sustainable Development Commission published this report in 2007 to create enthusiasm in businesses and government around the potential of products to help realise sustainable development. Businesses taking a products-approach to sustainability can anticipate the future and shape policy, as well as building brand value and minimising supply chain risks.
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