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and engagement, and lower risk premiums (which improve valuations and enable easier access to
capital and insurance).
3. Stakeholders include consumers, business-to-business customers, competitors, regulators,
nongovernmental organizations, society overall, ﬁnanciers, lenders, and capital-market analysts.
4. Capabilities and tools include but are not limited to frameworks for developing the business
case; measurement, tracking, and reporting tools; scenario-planning capabilities; technologies
for product design and manufacturing; supply chain technologies; capabilities in partnering with
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