For the Public Sector

Sustainability won’t succeed without every sector of society. The public sector — government and non-governmental organizations — plays a vital role.  

At NBS, we want to support you in the work that you do, and especially its intersection with business. We provide opportunities to learn and share your expertise.  

We have some powerful opportunities for you to grow your impact.

1. Learn from our content

The Network for Business Sustainability offers evidence-based content at the frontier of sustainability. Information is based on the research and experience of managers and academics in the network.  

Wherever possible, our content is also co-created. That means we bring members with complementary ideas together to create new thinking. 

2. Get monthly insights

Our two newsletters circulate the latest content, as well as regular invitations to get involved in our work. Subscribe now to become a member of this active global network.

3. Engage with the Community

Get involved with the NBS Community by following us on social media (LinkedInTwitterFacebook, or Instagram), sharing your opportunities and ideas with us, and emailing us with any outstanding questions or requests. 

4. Contribute an article

You spend countless hours researching, writing and producing projects and papers. Why not share your work, so the world can benefit? 

To start, simply tell the NBS team about the idea you’d like to share. We’ll assess how we can help you transform it into a podcast, blog, or tweet that will create real impact. 

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