CBS researchers are working with glass blowers and potters to preserve crafts that are dying arts. Through innovation, innovative technologies and the development of business models, a new research project aims to boost sustainable growth and enhance cultural diversity in Europe.
The luxury industry used to be dominated by conservative consumers who put prestige before responsibilities to the environment, but new consumers such as Millennials and Generation Z may be about to change that.
After a long pandemic, we are now witnessing war in Europe, which ushers in a transition to a new and more conflict-ridden world order. And at the same time, the climate crisis calls for a green transition. Companies play a key part, but it requires knowledge and determination.
Companies often hesitate to communicate their social and environmental initiatives. In this video, Julie Uldam, Associate Professor at CBS, talks about how companies navigate what she calls the paradox of CSR communication.
The Danish government has now appointed the members of the Digitisation Council which is to advise the government on making the most of digitalisation. Including research knowledge in these efforts is essential, says Mikkel Flyverbom, CBS Professor and only researcher in the council.
Companies have increasingly made binding commitments to become carbon neutral by 2050, but how can you make decisions when the future is distant and the paths to get there are unknown? In this video, Miriam Feuls, Assistant Professor at CBS, talks about how companies navigate the climate challenge and make distant futures actionable.
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