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Climate change and nature

Nature-based solutions to climate change are being undermined by continued destruction of nature, Professor Jennifer Howard-Grenville of Cambridge Judge Business School tells Business Schools for Climate Leadership seminar. The relationship between climate change and nature goes both ways, so nature-based…

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Carbon project funding

New funding is provided for the UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre, which includes Dr David Reiner of Cambridge Judge Business School as an investigator. Dr David Reiner The UK Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Research Centre (UKCCSRC) has…

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Webinar – Climate Change & Business: The Role of Nature & Challenges of Decarbonisation

This conversation is one of a series of webinars on business and climate change organised by Business Schools for Climate Leadership (BSCL) - a collective of eight business schools committed to working together to raise awareness of the issues, challenges and…

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Mirage News: Academy of Social Sciences confers Fellowships on three Cambridge academics

The Academy of Social Sciences has conferred Fellowships on Professor Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Professor Elisabete A Silva and Professor Bhaskar Vira, in recognition of their contribution to social science. Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Diageo Professor in Organisation Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School,…

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Social sciences honour

Professor Jennifer Howard-Grenville of Cambridge Judge Business School is named a Fellow at the Academy of Social Sciences, citing her work on sustainability and other grand global challenges. Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Diageo Professor in Organisation Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School,…

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Sustainable accounting

David Pitt-Watson, who has been Pembroke Visiting Professor of Finance and Visiting Fellow at Cambridge Judge, talks about a campaign to stop companies benefiting from 'stranded assets' that unduly inflate profits. by David Pitt-Watson Most people, most governments, and indeed…

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Toeing the line

Conformity with environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices can carry negative reputation 'spillovers' when peers are publicly criticised, says paper at Cambridge Judge recognised for two Academy of Management awards. Companies seek the "safety of conformity" in an environment of…

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Award-winning course

A course taught at Cambridge Judge Business School focusing on the purpose of the finance industry, and hence its critical role in promoting sustainability, wins the annual Page Prize for Sustainability Issues in Business. A course designed at Cambridge Judge…

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Monitoring sustainability

Three changes are needed to maintain precision in environmental, social and governance activities as the ESG pace quickens, says Hannah-Polly Williams, a recent Executive MBA participant at Cambridge Judge Business School, who studied these issues for her Individual Project as…

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A hybrid approach

Companies should engage with supply chains on sustainability through leveraging a 'spectrum' of approaches, says a new guide for procurement professionals developed at Cambridge Judge Business School. Professor Jennifer Howard-Grenville There is a “spectrum” of approaches for companies to engage…

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