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Investigating the Positive Impacts of Green Spaces on Wellbeing and Performance
Sustainability

Investigating the Positive Impacts of Green Spaces on Wellbeing and Performance

by Ingrid Nappi-Choulet

Research conducted by the ESSEC Chair for Real Estate and Sustainable Development sheds new light on the importance of green spaces and biodiversity in the business sphere.

Weavers Studio of Bengal: sewing and sowing for the community
Sustainability

Weavers Studio of Bengal: sewing and sowing for the community

by Arijit Chatterjee

Following the publication of a recent case study Weavers Studio of Bengal: Use as many hands as possible, Prof. Arijit Chatterjee, ESSEC Business School Asia-Pacific explains the CSR endeavours of this exceptional Indian enterprise.

TOP RESEARCH VIDEO: Does mother tongue make for woman's work?
Sustainability

VIDEO: Does mother tongue make for woman's work?

by Estefania Santacreu-Vasut

Over the past century, women's labor market participation has increased dramatically around the world. Nevertheless, it seems that the final steps towards equality will be the most difficult as disparities between countries remain.

VIDEO: The ‘Green City’, Explained in 3 Minutes
Sustainability

VIDEO: The ‘Green City’, Explained in 3 Minutes

by Ingrid Nappi-Choulet

Just as Paris hosts the COP21, big cities are singled out as major contributors to global CO2 emissions

Turn Good Intentions into Tangible Results
Sustainability

Turn Good Intentions into Tangible Results

by Jan Lepoutre

CSR is easier said than done, but real solutions can be found through trial and error.

TOP RESEARCH Social entrepreneurs, don’t lose sight of your benefactors as you increase the impact of your organization
Sustainability

Social entrepreneurs, don’t lose sight of your benefactors as you increase the impact of your organization

by Kevin André

How can they maintain caring relationships they developed on a small scale to the next level?

COP 21: 3 Lessons from Lima
Sustainability

COP 21: 3 Lessons from Lima

by Stefan Gröschl

COP 20, the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, took place in Lima at the end of last year. As leaders prepare to meet in Paris next month, I spoke with Marco Chiu at the Regional Service Center for Latin America and the Caribbean of the United Nations Development Program.

INFOGRAPHIC -- Generation Y’s ambiguous relationship with the digital world
Sustainability

INFOGRAPHIC -- Generation Y’s ambiguous relationship with the digital world

by Ingrid Nappi-Choulet

This new study - DIgital & the City - conducted by the ESSEC Chair for Real Estate and Sustainable Development, aims to illustrate how French students see their lives in the city of the future, and get to the bottom of some widely accepted assumptions.

E-lobbying: learn to use the web to influence decision-makers
Sustainability

E-lobbying: learn to use the web to influence decision-makers

by Viviane De Beaufort

From the book Lobbying : cadre, outils & stratégies, edited by Viviane de Beaufort and Françoise Hacque-Cosson

TOP RESEARCH Sustainability: A Framework to Help Corporations Break Free From Old Habits
Sustainability

Sustainability: A Framework to Help Corporations Break Free From Old Habits

by Stefan Gröschl

New research helps firms break free from an unsustainable vicious cycle

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