The tourism industry can help us build a cleaner and fairer future, but traditional models need a reset. ESCP Professor Lola Herrero takes a deep dive into what “authentic paradises” could look like.
Can the tourism industry re-shape tourists’ mindsets for the long term to adopt more sustainable behavior? If so, perhaps the luxury industry can help!
Addressing the environmental impact of fashion will require major evolutions in the mindset and habits of designers, fashion players and consumers. Though innovation can help.
Growing up with a father who was a chef, Roxane Clément felt working for a great player in the food industry was an alternative path to have a role in this industry that is so essential to our lives.
Whether young or old, people’s happiness equally benefits from certain non-economic factors. Wealth and income are important but not self-sufficient.
Bringing biodiversity and nature into the workplace, a win-win for the environment and employee well-being.
Robert Gerlach, CEO of Klim (Carbon Farmed), touches upon various aspects of carbon farming, such as its benefits for the environment, farmers and consumers.
Though the “reverse” supply chain is nothing new for business, are our supply chains truly equipped for a circular economy?
The concepts of sustainability seem to apply easily to certain disciplines, like supply chain management. But what about in corporate finance?
Sustainability has become a key driver for a university’s reputation. Yet, “teaching sustainability as well as further societal skills, will not be enough,” says Andreas Kaplan, professor of marketing.