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.
Do you find yourself asking, what exactly IS the circular economy? Take a “Look’Around” the subject with a collection of articles from the ESCP Deloitte Chair.
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As the link between consumers & producers, agri-food leaders have the potential to encourage collective action for a more sustainable food model. Interview with Bel’s Sustainability Director Elodie Parre
“Finance and sustainability are a necessary choice from an environmental, social and governance point of view”
For The Choice, BNP Paribas Head of Corporate Engagement Mauro Bombacigno explains how banks play a key role in promoting sustainable finance.
In less than 30 minutes, our guest will tell you all about the dark sides of sustainability, the true meaning behind “compostable” products, and more!
Valentina Carbone, ESCP professor and scientific Co-Director of the Circular Economy Chair, offers an insight into the Circular Economy and the opportunity that it presents for companies.
On World Climate Day, Thomas Friang, founder of L’Institut Open Diplomacy, reviews for The Choice current policies for sustainability.