The 2012 Sustainability Leaders
A GlobeScan / SustainAbility Survey
It is probably no surprise that perceptions of sustainability leadership have declined or stalled for nearly all institutional actors – including corporations, governments, NGOs and social entrepreneurs – in the last 12 months. Social protests around the world indicate disillusionment with rising inequality, unemployment and continued unsustainable short-term thinking and reflect the growing distrust in leaders of all stripes.
The 2012 Sustainability Leaders: A GlobeScan / SustainAbility Survey polled a total of 825 experts in January and February 2012 to better understand which companies and sectors of society, if any, are making any progress in advancing the sustainability agenda.
Watch the video below for our survey findings and for expert analysis from Jeff Erikson, Senior Vice President of SustainAbility or download the PDF below for the full results and insights.
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