CBS and the Roskilde Festival have formed a partnership to further the spirit of last year's controversial Rio+20 climate summit. The project was called ‘From Rio to Roskilde, return trip’
Three units from CBS, namely cbsCSR, Sustainability Platform and Department of Marketing, teamed up with The Roskilde Festival.
The Rio+20 conference did perhaps not achieve all its goals, but everyone agreed that we face enormous challenges and if we do not act now the consequences will also be enormous. So how does CBS react to this challenge? We turn the Roskilde Festival into a science lab for sustainability.
Copenhagen Business School and Roskilde Festival have teamed up to make the festival a gigantic sustainability laboratory. This year researchers will analyse and optimise waste management and food wastage, and new types of housing for slum areas or refugee camps will be tested.
Professor Lucia Reisch from Department of Intercultural Communication and Management has been reappointed by non other than Chancellor Angela Merkel as member of the German Council for Sustainable Development
Scandinavian companies leave American companies standing in the use of CSR. But now the Danish competitive advantage is threatened in a misunderstood attempt to imitate American business methods, with which companies try to avoid criticism and focus on profit
A week ago a team of CBS students competed against schools like INSEAD (France), University of Oxford (UK) and Warwick Business School (UK) and was awarded second place at the International Business Ethics Case Competition (IBECC) in San Diego. Read the three graduate students’ story on their exciting journey
Network for Business Sustainability highlights CBS' approach to curriculum development. Read the success story in which Professor Kai Hockerts explains the project and shares his advice for embedding responsibility in core business courses