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29
Apr

Food for Thought Panel – What a waste: circular food systems and sustainable diets

18:00 - 19:00

What is food waste and what causes it? Where do we waste more in the food supply chain and how much do consumers contribute? What are the sustainable solutions to overcome this problem which threatens food security and contribute to GHG emissions? Should we start again feeding animals with what we don’t use?

Join us in this interactive panel talk to explore the answer to the questions and leave with some practical recommendations we can all try to follow. (more…)



4
May

Master of Accounting webinar – Introduction to the Cambridge Master of Accounting programme

12:00 - 13:15

Today’s organisations need accounting and finance leaders to be exceptional communicators with vision, who can innovate and collaborate, and who can channel data into strategy. Our curriculum enhances students’ abilities to lead innovation in accounting and finance roles.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • why we built the Cambridge Master of Accounting (Cambridge MAcc)
  • what the Cambridge MAcc can do for you
  • how the programme is structured to deliver for you.

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4
May

Enterprise Tuesday – Do you need disruptive entrepreneurship to tackle climate change?

18:30 - 20:00

With guest panellists: Moshiel Biton, CEO and Co-founder at Addionics and Jogchum Brinksma, Founder, FLOBAS Ventures

The world has a “carbon budget” – a (rapidly decreasing) amount of greenhouse gases we can put in the atmosphere before global heating is likely to become catastrophic, not just a crisis. What role might entrepreneurship have to play in transforming existing industries before it’s too late? Are the answers different in Europe from those in other parts of the world? What can entrepreneurs, investors and policy makers do to distinguish between entrepreneurship that simply “rides the wave” of anxiety around this issue and entrepreneurship that could genuinely make a difference to the problem, and support the latter?
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