Liang Kong, Warwick Business School, explores the options for companies to find climate solutions through sustainable value chains.
Alexis de La Tour Du Pin, ESSEC Business School, explains the new MSc in Sustainability Transformation.
What happens when the CSR Codes of Brazil’s oil and gas industry meet the international legal framework system on sustainable development law? Are there more similarities than differences between the two? Prof. Ligia Maura Costa of FGV-EAESP explores how CSR Codes can be used as a tool towards sustainable development in developing countries.
Hugues Bouthinon-Dumas, Professor of Law at ESSEC Business School, shares the second of a masterclass series of articles on sustainable finance, how it fits into the notion of sustainable development […]
Professor Ingrid Nappi-Choulet, Head of the Real Estate and Sustainable Development Chair at ESSEC Business School, discusses the pitfalls to avoid when hosting mega-events and French plans for ensuring that […]
Stefan Gröschl, Professor at ESSEC Business School, looks at the paradox of how this healthy event creates unhealthy levels of pollution and asks the question of whether Paris can learn from other cities.
Profs Charles Cho, Matias Laine, Robin W. Roberts and Michelle Rodrigue take the Council on Business & Society on the second part of their journey into corporate sustainability: when something […]
Prof. Charles Cho, ESSEC; Matias Laine, University of Tampere; Robin W. Roberts, University of Central Florida; and Michelle Rodrigue from the Université Laval take us through a two-part article for […]
According to recent research, the biggest problem with social reporting is that those who report most are not always those who are most responsible. How can we ensure clarity and […]
A statement from the Council on Business & Society: A global alliance of six leading schools of management ESSEC Business School, France and Singapore; FGV-EAESP, Brazil; Fudan University School of […]