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New report highlights emissions reduction opportunities from private sector cooperative initiatives

The Better Partnerships report analyses five cooperative initiatives involving the private sector and identifies the potential emissions saving of 500 MtCO2e by 2020.

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Enter the Unilever Sustainable Living Young Entrepreneurs Awards

Are you a young entrepreneur with a scaleable technology or initiative that can help shape the future of the planet? Enter the awards run in partnership with the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership.

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Sustainability Leadership Laboratory, 26–27 November, Cambridge

This two-day event explores how innovation under constraints can help companies become resilient and access markets and contribute to social development at the ‘base of the pyramid’.

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What should the economy deliver?

Rewiring the Economy is our ten-year plan to lay the foundations for a sustainable economy. Together, governments, business and finance can create the enabling conditions for sustainable business to prosper whilst delivering positive outcomes for society and the environment.

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Polly Courtice awarded Stanford Bright Award 2015

Sep 29, 2015

The Stanford Bright Award recognises unheralded individuals who have made a significant contribution to global sustainability. Polly Courtice has won the 2015 award for her efforts in guiding thousands of business leaders to more sustainable business practices.

New approaches to sustainability leadership in the construction industry

Sep 28, 2015

The Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership is working to support the development of new approaches to sustainability leadership within the construction industry, providing the prize for the COINS Construction Industry Grand Challenge.

Financial Stability and Environmental Sustainability: Briefing for policymakers

Sep 15, 2015

15 September 2015 – Ahead of a series of meetings of central banks and financial regulators in September, CISL and partners have issued a briefing for policymakers to summarise the current thinking on the links between financial stability and environmental (and social) risks.

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