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Work should nurture us, not exhaust us. How can academia achieve this?

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Academics increasingly collaborate across disciplinary boundaries to tackle major sustainability challenges. Such interdisciplinarity has benefits and challenges.

By building sustainability into innovation, companies can create products, services, and processes that are good for both society and the organization.

“The future we imagine is the future we create,” says futurist Stuart Candy. Here’s how to imagine – and shape – a better world.

Embedding purpose into companies can be hard. But the right investors and governance structures can mean a bright future for sustainability.

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Creating a circular economy requires involvement from businesses, the public sector, and researchers. Canada’s “Our Food Future” provides a model.

People are curious about sustainability. But what do they really want to know? Our analysis identifies 6 priority topics.

The circular economy supports sustainability by enabling economic growth without greater resource use. Learn how it works.

Most people still find the concept of corporate sustainability unclear. I explain what it means and why it’s important.


For researchers to offer practical advice for managers, we need to change the way we research. We suggest a new approach.

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