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Abby Litchfield

Community Manager

Network for Business Sustainability


Abby Litchfield is the Community Manager at the Network for Business Sustainability, overseeing partnerships, processes, social media, and all things graphic. Abby is deeply passionate about bringing people and organizations together to advance sustainability, and loves creating new content with NBS collaborators because it's an opportunity to do just that.

Articles by Abby

Climate Literacy Training and How to Use It – NBS Climate Teaching Series

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International educators share how they’ve used Climate Literacy Training to inform their teaching, educate other faculty, or connect with practitioners – and how you can do it too.

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Three business school educators share their interactive approaches for embedding a sustainability mindset in students.

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Three business school educators share their interactive approaches for embedding a sustainability mindset in students.

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Three business school educators share their interactive approaches for teaching students to measure and manage carbon footprints.

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Join a global discussion on best practices for teaching climate change in business schools. Get inspired by new approaches and share your experience. Series begins Jan 25.

Meaningful sustainability action requires linking facts and emotion. At the 2023 Ivey-ARCS PhD Sustainability Academy, music offered that bridge.

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Companies have choices when they enter the circular economy. Learn which business models make economic and environmental sense.

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The circular economy takes a special form in low-income settings. It’s driven by individuals and emphasizes labour and resourcefulness over technological solutions. Its implementation has lessons for everyone.

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Centres can improve business schools’ sustainability impact. Here’s how to get one off the ground.

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The 2023 Sustainability Centres Community Workshop examined the “nuts and bolts” of running a centre. Here are insights and resources.

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