Organizations may fail to adopt sustainable solutions as a result of incomplete and/or inaccurate feedback into the decision making process. Events that cause harm - environmental, health, or social - are commonly the delayed effect of a prior course of action, itself the result of decisions that emerge from endogenous policy. By accelerating the cost of future harm into current period decisions, producers and purchasers have greater access to the quantity and quality of information that influence decisions to produce and consume. The creation of a financial policy structure that makes future, long-term costs of production, promotion, and consumption explicit in the decision process will correct a current deficiency in the analysis of costs and benefits made by producers and purchasers. Such a feedback loop would correct a structural market failure and could reduce the need for governmental regulation.