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Ministry of Higher Education and Science: Survey shows extensive development in research for green transition
2020 was a good year for green research in Denmark. A new survey of the allocation of green research funds in 2020 shows that a total of DKK 4.4 billion has been distributed in 2020 from both public foundations, private foundations and the EU. (The report is currently available danish)
CBS Maritime and Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure (CSEI) are joining forces in a cross-cutting project together with Maritime DTU to investigate the key role of ports in enabling the energy transition at sea and on land.
Power-to-X (PtX) will be a main theme in the teaching during 2021-22 in two of the biggest courses in the HA and HD programmes at CBS.
Current financial accounting standards and practices tend to ignore the future challenges associated with carbon neutrality targets. TIME MIRROR wants to contribute to the green transition by encouraging a radical change in financial reporting by bringing the cost of the necessary future investments to achieve carbon neutrality into the present-day income statement and balance sheet.
According to the European Parliament, it is estimated that 10% of all greenhouse gas emissions are caused by clothing and footwear production. The global textile and garment industry, with its excessive energy and water consumption, chemical and microfibers pollution and issues of landfill waste have an extensive environmental footprint.
How do we connect innovations to long-term climate goals? A new CBS-led project will endeavour to solve this puzzle.
Get introduced to green issues from our collegues at MSC in this podcast series. Why do companies need to listen to their activist employees? What is sustainable cruies tourism? How did the pandemic reveal responsibility questions?
‘The paradoxes of climate-smart coffee’ is a new five-year research project between Copenhagen Business School, Jimma University, Ethiopia and University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Goal 7 of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) aims to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all by 2030. Yet according to new research by Copenhagen Business School the poor planning and execution of decarbonisation strategies in emerging markets challenges the aims of Goal 7.
Animal-free agriculture shows great potential and foreign companies have made great progress in terms of producing meat in new ways. According to new research Denmark should take advantage of these technological advances.
Only a minority of the world’s largest ports make a targeted effort to reduce effects on the climate and air pollution. This is the conclusion of a global study of 93 of the largest ports in the world by CBS Maritime. The researchers share their results in a feature article published in the Danish paper Søfart.
REFLOW, a CBS led three-year research project, offers a new approach to circular economy in urban areas with a strong emphasis on social inclusion.
A new research project looks into last-mile deliveries with a focus on sustainable choices. Nordic Innovation has funded the three-year project.
How a crisis changes the way companies account for the social & environmental impact of their actions
In his newly published paper Muhammad Al Mahameed investigates how a crisis like a pandemic, or the widespread protests and conflicts of the Arab Spring, changes the way that companies engage in Social Accounting.