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Describe business owner's/ executive's obligation to do more for the environment than the law requires. Summarize the value of knowing about environmental law (at least some aspects of it), even if you are not working for a company directly, impacted by any of the four environmental laws.

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Executives have an obligation not to do what the law requires, but to become involved to an extent far beyond what the law requires. In the past few years, we have seen a major change in the way companies act, and this is directly the result of an increased focus on corporate governance, and more specifically, corporate sustainability. As investors, the public, and others take notice of the actions that companies are taking to improve sustainability and help the environment, they're focusing on something else ...

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The solution describes the owner's obligation to do more for the environment than the law requires, and also summarizes the value of knowing about environmental law (at least some aspects of it), even if you are not working for a company directly, impacted by any of the four environmental laws.

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