For 25 years we have built strategic leadership capacity to tackle critical global challenges.
At the nexus of world-class academic research and cutting-edge corporate practice, we work with leaders to develop practical solutions that reconcile profitability and sustainability and catalyse change in the wider system.
Our work inspires and supports change at the level of individual leaders, influential organisations and whole systems.Here, delegates from our Business & Sustainability Programme discuss the impact the seminar has had on themselves and their organisations.
CISL, working on the Protocol within an IUCN-led consortium, is inviting companies in its network to help test the Protocol.
As the role of management within large organisations becomes more complex, and understanding sustainability is central to business success, we add an Australian seminar to the Programme.
CISL offers a new online course to engage, inform and build capacity to deliver on sustainability goals at scale. Watch the video introduction.
CISL, together with the Cambridge Judge Business School and the support of the European Climate Foundation is summarising the latest climate science for the business community.
The Advisory Council I of the Green Growth Platform has released a report pointing to the benefits of a low carbon union.
The Cambridge-hosted Natural Capital Leaders Platform calls for a joint action plan with government.
Launched shortly after the first Rio Earth Summit, this ground-breaking initiative recognised that the contribution from the business community to the sustainability debate was critical.
Our leadership groups focus on issues where business can have a significant impact on policy and business practice and where collective action is needed.
We provide individuals and organisations with a broad range of sustainability leadership and strategy courses designed to meet specific business and leadership development needs.
Our graduate study Master’s-level courses, accredited by the University of Cambridge, are leading examples of applied sustainability education in a business context.
The Nexus Network, led by the University of Sussex, in partnership with the University of East Anglia and CISL, will foster debate, innovative research and practical collaborations across the linked domains of food, energy, water and the environment.
Investors have a crucial role to play in supporting economic, social and environmental sustainability. This report sets out the case for action and a practical agenda for change.
The latest Communiqué statement from business urges governments to ensure ‘trillionth tonne’ of carbon is never emitted.
The Sink or Swim report is the result of a collaboration between nine companies across six sectors that examined new strategies to manage this economically strategic resource, which underpins many business activities.
We work on strategic sustainability issues with senior executives from companies operating in Africa, as well as leaders from government and civil society organisations.
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