Sustainability's End Game -- A survey of leaders

As part of a research project, I’m exploring the broadest "big picture" goals of our collective sustainability initiatives. As such, I’m asking sustainability leaders to consider (as thoughtfully and expansively as they can from their expert POVs) the desired outcomes from sustainability. What specifically are we working toward? How successfully are we getting to those outcomes? What is the timeline? What is the range of opinion?

I would potentially use this information (cited and quoted) in future content. Potentially, for example, it will be part of a follow up article to the piece that ran in Triple Pundit. I ask for contact info in order to get approvals and clarify your submission.

The conversation is the prize here. The comment boxes in the survey expand with your answers. Thank you. Ian Edwards www.linkedin.com/in/ianedwards/en

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* 1. When you project to a time when sustainability is successful, by whatever measure you use, what is sustainability’s “end game” (the final stage of the process or action)?

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* 2. How and by what explicit measures do we know the "end game" is achieved?

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* 3. Over what period of time (from today) should we expect the "end game" to be achieved?

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* 4. To what degree are you confident that, collectively, we are on a path toward that "end game"?

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* 5. How do you explain or substantiate your level of confidence in Q4?

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* 6. Your info (for approvals/proper citations only)

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* 7. Anything else to add? I’m especially interested in candid, substantive, qualitative assessments that fairly judge the performance of sustainability.

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