#BusinessCase: Why Renewable Energy Will Make or Break Business Success

Kähkönen, Nadia
October 2015
SB Business Weekly;10/19/2015, p1
The article offers information on the priority of world leaders to achieve sustainable development goals and discusses the growth of the renewable energy sector, and investments in renewable energy from big brands such as coffee company Starbucks, and Nike, footwear manufacturing company.


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