A sound environment promotes stability, which is of interest to shareholders. For instance, say you are a firm that sells wild-caught fish, but does not listen when scientists warn you are overfishing. Then the fish population crashes, leaving you with nothing to sell and your shareholders with devalued stocks.
But if you pay special attention to environmental signals, and listen to the experts, then your fish stocks will remain reliably robust, and your shareholders won’t have to worry (as much) of your company’s dramatic drop in value.
Even if you are not directly selling something from the environment, like fish, an unstable environment means unpredictability, which few businesses want. With global warming’s freak storms already flooding warehouses and rendering formerly productive farmland useless, it seems safe to say that a stable environment leads to a stable business.
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