"GREENING" WITH EVA - When corporate managers approve environmental projects with only a simple payback analysis, they may be doing a disservice by not analyzing such projects for financial soundness. Analysis using the economic value added (EVA) metric can show the contribution of environmental investments to shareholder value and possibly lead to improvements
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