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How the Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Value Chains help me learn to overcome sustainability hurdles
18 May 2017 – Chris Bellamy, former Product Creation Engineer at Jaguar Landrover was selected by the company to take part in CISL’s PCSVC, which led him to champion sustainability and learn how to embed sustainability principles in the luxury car market.
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Learning how to integrate the Sustainability Development Goals through the Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Business
23 January 2017 – Elisa Moscolin, Sustainability and CSR Manager, examines how the PCSB helped her to integrate the SDGs into Safaricom’s business framework, helping to transform the lives of its 23 million customers in Africa.
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An architectural education from CISL’s Master's in Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment
25 January 2018 – Now a leader at the forefront of the sustainable built environment agenda, award-winning architect Jason Pomeroy discusses how the course allowed him to be more influential in the boardroom and gave him greater appreciation and understanding of different built-environment agendas.
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A life-changing experience: the impact of studying CISL’s Master’s in Sustainability Leadership
15 January 2018 – Minette Bellingan, Director of Global Sourcing at Amazon, reflects on how the course helped her, as a leader, to deepen her sustainability knowledge and build credibility in the workplace.
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Improving livelihoods of smallholder farmers throughout the tea supply chain: a Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Value Chains student’s story
1 February 2018 – Richard Bond, Global Senior Manager for Sustainability at Lavazza Professional (formerly Mars Drinks), describes how studying CISL’s PCSVC improved his communication and leadership skills – and planted an idea that is helping to improve the lives of smallholder farmers in Kenya.
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