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We have a lot of resources – almost 800 – so there are different ways to access them. Below you’ll find:

  • Resources for Managers, which can be filtered according to topic and format
  • Resources for Researchers and Educators
  • NBS’ Special Series
  • NBS’ Newsletters over the years

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The right government policy can trigger a transition away from fossil fuels. Learn best practices for low-carbon policy.

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

Small farmers are an important part of the food system, but they’re struggling. What should businesses and consumers do?

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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.

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Climate change is threatening grape production in Chile. Learn 10 tips for climate adaptation and how one company is building resilience.

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

Experience the GRONEN workshop on sustainability teaching from the perspective of new educator Sophie Klein.

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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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Tomorrow’s leaders need new visions of the future. Marina Schmitz shares insights from her course merging futures studies and sustainability.

The circular economy could reduce food waste and make agrifood more sustainable. But solutions aren’t automatic.

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Calculating scope 3 emissions is challenging. Building relationships among your suppliers and customers can help.

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