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Seven principles for using digital technology for sustainability

Digital tech can be turned into a tool for sustainable and equitable practices in agriculture, industry and other sectors, says new report co-authored by Lucia Reisch of Cambridge Judge Business School. Professor Lucia Reisch Effective governance of digital technologies can…

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Using the latest agricultural technology for farming.

COP27: how developing countries can lead a ‘just’ climate transition

Andika Aufar Satria, a Cambridge MBA student at Cambridge Judge Business School, leads a non-profit organisation in Indonesia called the Society of Renewable Energy and has worked on climate engagements as part of the Boston Consulting Group. He is part…

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Andika Aufar Satria at COP27.

Careers with impact: how the Cambridge MBA puts ESG at the forefront

On the eve of COP27, with world leaders gathering in Egypt, we explore how an MBA from Cambridge Judge Business School can equip you for leadership in the sustainability or ESG space and we meet two MBA alumni whose career…

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Four female MBA students outside.

EE Times: Sustainability to trigger RFID tag adoption, says RAIN Alliance President

Aileen Ryan, Mentor of the MBA Programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, speaks about the continued expansion of IoT devices raising some sustainability issues. “The cultural and societal changes ushered in as a response to the pandemic have laid the…

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How can COP27 bridge the gap between rich and poor nations?

The upcoming COP27 climate change meeting in Egypt must focus on compensating for environmental damage in poorer countries, says Sunita Narain in a Cambridge Judge Business School webinar. The upcoming COP27 climate change meeting must focus on creating a system…

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Houses submerged by flooding in Sylhet, Bangladesh, June 2022.

BBC Radio 4: You and Yours Gap Finders: Thrift+

Joe Metcalfe, who was on the Cambridge Social Ventures programme starting in September 2017, has been interviewed on BBC Radio 4. Joe set up Thrift+ because he believed charity shoppers should have the same quality shopping experience as regular shoppers.…

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How can the ‘Space Value of Money’ boost sustainability?

A new book by Dr Armen Papazian, a PhD graduate of Cambridge Judge Business School, outlines a new financial modelling framework that integrates sustainability into the very core of finance. Dr Armen Papazian The book entitled The Space Value of…

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Earth globe in space with cartoony grass continents and glowing atmosphere.

Using mangrove forests to fight climate change: the award-winning idea from a Cambridge MBA partnership

The winners of the 2022 Kellogg-Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge, John Ambler (MBA 2021) and William Maxted (MBA 2021), talk mangrove forests, improving people’s lives, and team spirit on the Cambridge MBA programme. Hurricane Matthew’s effect on a coastal conservationist…

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Mangrove forest and shallow waters on a tropical island.

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.

Key to fighting climate change is green innovation says Cambridge academic

Green innovation is key to addressing climate change, Kamiar Mohaddes of Cambridge Judge Business School says in latest webinar of Business Schools for Climate Leadership. Green innovation by the private sector supported by governments is key to tackle climate change…

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Key to fighting climate change is green innovation says Cambridge academic.

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