With some organisations downplaying their sustainability initiatives to avoid greenwashing, ESCP’s Julien Schmitt explains its consequences for business and society.
The student film The Spectacle of Culture reminds us of how, in a world of mass tourism, the internet, and life lived through social media and Artificial Intelligence, “culture” can come to mean something artificial and generic.
When it comes to sustainability, product innovation will only get you so far. It is time to rethink our business models.
It’s important for consumers and employees to be critical and informed when evaluating environmental claims made by companies, so we spoke with Valentin Martinie of Alerte Greenwashing for some guidance.
ESCP’s LGBT+ Leadership Programme Director Stephan Schmuck shares his advice to help allies support LGBT+ colleagues during Pride Month and beyond.
Prof. Alisa Sydow provides a three-step playbook for quantifying the costs imposed on society and the environment — information that can empower you to take positive action.
Nature lover and entrepreneur Valérie Thobois helps small to medium enterprises (SMEs) integrate sustainability into their activities.
While taking a public stance can be risky, staying silent is no longer an option. To help companies weigh in effectively, we spoke to ESCP expert Laetitia Mimoun.
The debate about ESG investing has been hovering around the fringes of American politics for a while. What are the implications for businesses?
As trust in government institutions has weakened, the expectations of business leaders have soared. How can businesses can use this trust for good?