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Resources for Students

Are you a student who believes that business can – and must – commit to sustainability? Are you writing papers or doing projects related to sustainable business?

You’re in the right place. The Network for Business Sustainability (NBS) offers opportunities for you to learn more and grow your impact.

1. Use our content

NBS resources are evidence-based and at the frontier of sustainable business. We draw on expert insights to produce rigorous, relevant information. NBS materials cover everything from the business case for sustainability, to reporting on sustainability in ways that enhance performance.

Use NBS content to inform your papers and projects. Check out our full resource library, or search for the topic you’re interested in.

2. 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.

3. 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.

4. Engage with us

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. 

Top Posts for Students

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“Mom’s Store Nepal” enables reuse of baby clothes. It’s a business model that supports families, the circular economy, and sustainability awareness.

Sustainable finance provides benefits for business and the planet. Find out what it is, why it matters, and how to get beyond the talk.

Sustainability jobs can be emotionally challenging. Can music help us keep going?

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

Business school students want to change their curriculum and the broader world. Let’s talk about how they can do it.

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Racial diversity in upper and lower management leads to better strategy and implementation — and greater productivity

Summer interns with EDF Climate Corps have made many companies greener. Their experiences have lessons for long-term employees.

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