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Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership

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Building leadership capacity

Our executive education programmes help senior leaders develop strategic responses to corporate sustainability challenges.

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Graduate study

Our graduate study courses, accredited by the University of Cambridge, help individuals to lead and influence change.

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Rewiring the Economy

Our ten-year plan lays the foundations for a sustainable economy through the collaboration of business, government and finance.

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CISL network

Our network is made up of 8,000 senior leaders representing business, the public sector and civil society in every industry and on every continent.

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Business and policy leaders groups

We bring together government and finance groups on key sustainability issues to identify solutions and advocate change.

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Research and thought leadership

Our research, undertaken with leading academics in Cambridge and worldwide, is channelled into practical business and policy solutions.

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International Operations

We have offices in Cambridge, Brussels and Cape Town, and delivery partners in Beijing, Chile, Melbourne and the UAE.

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A growing wave of support from EU business and policy leaders for a zero emissions future at the Green Growth Summit

Oct 12, 2018

16 October 2018 – The 2018 GGP Summit, ‘From Here to 2050: taking the long-term view for innovation and transformation’ brought together over 80 Ministers, policy makers, key thinkers, and business leaders, alongside EU Commission officials and Members of the European Parliament, to take stock and discuss the opportunities, challenges and next steps to building an economy fit for the 21st century.

A landmark report supported by CISL assesses the financial impact of disruptive energy transition

Oct 11, 2018

11 October 2018 – On Monday, De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) launched an energy transition risk stress test for the financial system of the Netherlands. The study, supported by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership's Centre for Sustainable Finance, provides a first attempt at assessing potential financial stability impact of a disruptive energy transition.

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