Energy and Sustainability in Business Schools – Business School response (part 2)

Energy and Climate Change are two very important issues for the business sector. Companies of all shapes and sizes are working both independently and together to reach various carbon reduction goals set by themselves or by the international community (see Part 1). Business schools are also increasingly active with more and more schools reporting on … Continue reading Energy and Sustainability in Business Schools – Business School response (part 2)

Creating a more Sustainable Campus: Water (part 2)

Water is one of the 7 critical issues being discussed at the upcoming Rio+20 summit in Brazil. According to the Rio+20 website, by 2050, at least one in four people is likely to live in a country affected by chronic or recurring shortages of fresh water. In a previous blog, we looked at how a … Continue reading Creating a more Sustainable Campus: Water (part 2)

Online and connected: Creating discussion spaces online

In the third installment of our series about how universities are using the internet to engage students and the wider community in sustainability, we look at how universities are creating online platforms to share sustainability information on campus with stakeholders. Simon Frasier University in Canada created inov8.ca to get SFU students and alumni talking about … Continue reading Online and connected: Creating discussion spaces online