How business educators are contributing to climate action

Tackling climate change has never been more important. Here, seven business school educators explore what they are doing to contribute to sustainability through their teaching, and through initiatives across the business school.

 

Contributors

  • Professor Robert MacIntosh, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Faculty of Business and Law, Northumbria University; Chair of the Chartered ABS
  • Dr Adam Shore CMBE, Director of School of Business and Management, Liverpool Business School; Chair of Learning, Teaching & Student Experience Committee, Chartered ABS
  • Professor Sally Everett CMBE, Vice Dean of Education, King’s Business School
  • Dr Cathy Minett-Smith CMBE, Associate Dean for Learning, Teaching and Student Experience, Faculty of Business and Law, University of the West of England
  • Professor Gillian Armstrong MBE CMBE, Associate Dean (Development & Partnerships), Ulster University Business School
  • Dr Ann Parchment, Deputy Head of Department of Strategy and International Business, University of Surrey Business School
  • Professor Toby Watson CMBE, Deputy Executive Dean of Education, Durham University Business School

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