Nature-based solutions (NBS) have been widely recognised by governments in climate change and biodiversity strategies. But significant barriers exist for their large-scale implementation. Esmee Kooijman and Siobhan McQuaid, together with Profs. Mary-Lee Rhodes and Marcus J. Collier from Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin, and Francesco Pilla from University College Dublin, take the first step in a thousand-mile march toward market development of the sector by proposing a classification for organisations delivering NBS and categorising their economic activities.
Sheila M. Cannon, Assistant Professor of Social Entrepreneurship at Trinity College Dublin Business School, puts the spotlight on climate activist Greta Thunberg to call for a change of system in […]
A statement from the Council on Business & Society: A global alliance of six leading schools of management ESSEC Business School, France and Singapore; FGV-EAESP, Brazil; Fudan University School of […]