Sustainability 'good for business'

Sustainability 'good for business'

Ag must communicate unambiguously about sustainability programs like efficiency and continuous improvement.

WITH significant increases in food production needed over the next few decades to support the growing population, agriculture industries must learn to communicate more specifically and unambiguously with stakeholders, customers and others about their sustainability programs, according to Dr. Marty Matlock, executive director of the University of Arkansas Office for Sustainability.

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