Sustainable Buildings on Campus (Part 2)

Engaging in sustainability and responsible leaders goes beyond the classroom curriculum. It must also be engrained into the business school itself on its campus. A growing number of business schools and universities are not just putting in place strategies to ‘green’ their buildings on campus, but certifying these buildings through different national and international schemes. … Continue reading Sustainable Buildings on Campus (Part 2)

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Sustainable Buildings on Campus (Part 1)

Engaging in sustainability and responsible leaders goes beyond the classroom curriculum. It must also be engrained into the business school itself on its campus. A growing number of business schools and universities are not just putting in place strategies to ‘green’ their buildings on campus, but certifying these buildings through different national and international schemes. … Continue reading Sustainable Buildings on Campus (Part 1)

Women, Responsible Leadership and the MBA (part 4): Women on campus

Business schools around the world have taken a wide range of approaches when it comes to providing specific opportunities to promote and empower women in business. In the first blog we looked at range of resources on this topic and in the second post we looked at schools that provide a range of free certificate … Continue reading Women, Responsible Leadership and the MBA (part 4): Women on campus

Go Green Awards – 5 Questions with Victoria Johnsen from Aston Business School

The Aston Go Green Awards were designed to give staff at Aston Business School the opportunity to get involved with efforts to improve environmental performance and awareness at the university. In its first year in 2010, 15 teams signed up on behalf of their departments, and the numbers have been growing ever since. Each year, … Continue reading Go Green Awards – 5 Questions with Victoria Johnsen from Aston Business School

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)

Creating more sustainable campuses: Bikes on campus

Bikes are a common sight on business school campuses around the world and are very popular with both students and staff alike. In this edition of “creating more sustainable campuses,” we look at a variety of innovative ways that campuses and the cities that they are located in are becoming more bike friendly. In 2011 … Continue reading Creating more sustainable campuses: Bikes on campus