Extractive companies may be far from perfect, but nothing is impossible if the industry lets go of its conventional way of thinking and sets the pace for change with consumers leading the way. Doing good while doing bad? A near impossibility? Megha Sureshkar of ESSEC Business School Asia-Pacific explores.
The Environmental and Social Sustainability of Social Enterprise
Carlo Alberto Calchera of ESSEC Business School explores the shadows of greenwashing and brings light to the powerful argument for corporate responsibility.
The world of accounting, CSR and sustainability and unlocking the powerful potential of an unsung hero – the accountant.
Results: The 2020 Council on Business & Society student CSR article competition
The FGV-EAESP GVces Center for Sustainability digs into its research on the challenging dimensions of organic farming in Brazil to take into account the culture of organic farmers
Business models and sustainability in the Italian wine sector
What is sustainable finance? And how can the law help make it reach the planet’s sustainable development goals? A new, free, downloadable publication from the Council on Business & Society […]
Much coverage has been given to business schools’ claim that their curricula are shaping up to the social and environmental dimensions of modern leadership. ESSEC Prof. Stefan Gröschl turns on […]
In his third insight on sustainable finance, Prof. Hugues Bouthinon-Dumas, ESSEC Business School, explores the reasons why finance has changed towards the sustainable. What triggered the change in attitude […]