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Competition winner uses microalgae to produce vegan nutraceuticals and biostimulants

Co-founded by an Executive MBA graduate of Cambridge Judge Business School, Emeralga Biotech wins the First edition of the Coller Alternative Protein Competition organised by CPT Capital and the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge.  Alternative protein technologies – creating meat,…

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Coller competition winner uses microalgae to produce vegan nutraceuticals biostimulants.

El-Erian Institute of Behavioural Economics and Policy at Cambridge Judge welcomes Harvard Professor for launch event

The El-Erian Institute of Behavioural Economics and Policy, based at Cambridge Judge Business School, welcomed Professor Cass Sunstein of Harvard University as featured speaker at its launch event on 8 June. Professor Sunstein, who spoke on 'Welfare Now', encompassing such…

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Financial Times: Climate change climbs the business school curriculum

BS4CL, a new European business school coalition launched ahead of last year’s COP26 climate summit in Glasgow and including Cambridge Judge Business School, is mentioned in this article about environmental topics moving from fringe to mainstream. (subs) Read the full…

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Yahoo Finance: Leveraging disruption to save the planet

A group of current MBA students from Cambridge Judge Business School has won this year’s Kellogg-Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge. The group proposed Coast Haven Brokerage, which would facilitate a new type of parametric insurance to help protect and restore…

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MBA students win top global sustainability award

Two current Cambridge MBA students at Cambridge Judge Business School, John Ambler and William Maxted, win the 2022 Kellogg-Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge. William Maxted (MBA 2021) Two current Cambridge MBA students at Cambridge Judge Business School won a prestigious…

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MBA graduates win top global sustainability award.

Market Screener: Banco Santander and Cambridge Judge Business School offer 1,000 scholarships for sustainability and climate change studies

Cambridge Judge Business School, in partnership with Banco Santander, is offering 1,000 scholarships aimed at people who would like to play an active role in green initiatives in their working environment, regardless of sector, or who wish to reorient their…

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SupChina: On the “greening” of China, the plant-based sector, and media activism: eco-activist Sonalie Figueiras of Green Queen

Chris Marquis, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks to serial social entrepreneur and eco-activist Sonalie Figueiras. Sonalie is a native of Hong Kong who has started a number of companies in the region, including Green…

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Phys.org: Cold and wet hits US states harder in some sectors

A new study co-authored by Kamiar Mohaddes, Associate Professor in Economics & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, breaks new ground by looking at environmental impact over five decades on 10 different economic sectors in 48 contiguous U.S. states. "The…

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Cold and wet hits US states harder in some sectors

Climate change, not just hot and dry but also cold and wet weather, negatively impacts 10 economic sectors in 48 US states, finds a new 53-year study led at the University of Cambridge. Most climate-change studies have focused on the…

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Cold and wet hits US states harder in some sectors.

The Guardian: How do we solve bitcoin’s carbon problem

Bitcoin Electricity Consumption Index developed by Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, based at Cambridge Judge Business School, featured in The Guardian article. The index estimates “that bitcoin mining consumes 133.63 terawatt hours a year of electricity – more than the…

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