Sustainability reporting has been one of the great reporting innovations over the last twenty years – at its best it shows the essential relationship between a business, society, the economy and environment.
Kruger Products’ adoption of FSC standards in its supply chain is directly attributed to its people. People like Sage explains, “We did this because collectively it was the commitment of the company to align ourselves with the values of FSC, with all the good and challenges that come with it."
When you talk about how certain regulations are too costly or too difficult to comply with, you sound a lot like you did before the 2008 crisis when you failed to act. So my question is, given your track record at the Fed, why should anyone take you seriously now?