At the start of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris, the FT examines the climate change and sustainability courses offered by business schools. At Cambridge Judge a masters course in environment and sustainability was launched in 1990s. “The feeling has long been that this is an important subject for business education, because if the risks are what the science says they are, then there are clear implications for the economy,” says Stephen Peake, Fellow in Environmental Technologies at Cambridge Judge. The FT coverage also includes an article on Cambridge Energy Partners, co-founded by Cambridge Judge graduate Thomas Grant, which helps remote industries switch to renewable power.
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