Launch of the Leonardo Centre on Business for Society

The GOLDEN research hub partner, the Leonardo Centre on Business for Society will launch on 16 June at 13.00 Uk.

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Join us for the virtual event Reinventing Capitalism where speakers Mark Carney [United Nations], Lord Callanan, Lise Kingo [Sanofi], Dominic Waughray [World Economic Forum], Sanda Ojiambo [United Nations Global Compact] will kickstart the conversation on how we redefine the logic of business enterprise the world needs:

The Leonardo Centre on Business for Society works as a multi-faculty centre of excellence at the heart of Imperial College Business School and Imperial College London. Led by Maurizio Zollo and Livio Scalvini, Leonardo offers a collaborative platform for business, policy makers and civil society to co-create systemic change at scale.

We'll be joined by global leaders and experts:
Peter Bakker [WBCSD – World Business Council for Sustainable Development]
Paul Hudson [Sanofi]
Elena Bonfiglioli [Microsoft Europe]
Mette Morsing [United Nations Global Compact]
- Sir Andrew Cahn [WWF & Huawei]
Chuka Umunna [J.P. Morgan]
Frédéric Samama [Amundi]
Ed Daniels [Shell]
Luq Niazi [IBM]
Clarke Murphy [Russell Reynolds Associates]
Sucheta Govil [Covestro]
Keith Tuffley [Citi]
- Dr Renzo Tomellini [European Union]

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Call for Papers: Synergistic climate change & circular economy interventions

Journal: Resources, Conservation & Recycling

The focus of this Virtual Special Issue (VSI) was an outcome of the discussion at the global open virtual forum on “An Equitable, Inclusive, and Environmentally Sound Circular Economy” in May 2020, sponsored by the Systems of Sustainable Consumption and Production Knowledge Action Network (SSCP-KAN) of Future Earth, The Greening of Industry Network, International Forum on Sustainable Value Chains, SCORAI, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and the National Science Foundation. In this VSI of Resources, Conservation and Recycling we aim to address this knowledge gap by calling for original contributions from scholars working in interdisciplinary fields who are explicitly studying how circular economy and climate change are interconnected. We welcome conceptual papers; review articles that provide a meta-analysis of the literature on circular economy and climate change; case studies highlighting the conflict between circular economy and climate change strategies in specific contexts; and other contributions.

For details please check HERE

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