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What will sustainable business policy look like for the next four years? As with health care and nearly everything else, we really just don’t know.
But Sustainable Business Network (SBN) took a gander at what it might look like regardless, in the new edition of The Good Economist.
The magazine looks at a number of policy points relevant to sustainable business owners, including access to capital, tax reform, minimum wage, renewable energy and climate change. But this isn’t just for sustainability advocates — it’s important to keep in mind that SBN’s lobbyist, Saleem Chapman, sees sustainable policy as the best path toward economic equality.
It makes sense that Chapman, who told us he’s a firm believer in incremental change, would prefer to take the “longview” of how Trump’s policies might play out.-30-
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