Why corporations 'go green' ahead of regulation, public policy

The new line of windows
Jay Lund, chairman, president and CEO of Andersen Corporation, showed off the 100 Series windows in Bayport, on Wednesday, April 30, 2014.
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Andersen Corp. announced plans to reduce their solid waste, energy and water usage 20 percent by 2020. As more corporations are taking steps toward sustainability separate from regulation and public policy, does this signal mass movement toward environmentally friendly companies?

Three guests join The Daily Circuit to discuss what companies are doing to "go green" and the reasons behind their changes.

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