“My career was never what interested me.” Founder of Nature et Découvertes François Lemarchand shares how his love of nature and adventure inspired him to create a shop dedicated to encouraging customers to protect the Earth.
Financial compliance expert Michel Perez gives The Choice his take on the G7’s tax-rate agreement, and the potential obstacles lying ahead.
James Wight shares how he went from being stuck on a rowing boat in the middle of the Pacific to founding a company dedicated to responsible adventures.
With increased demand and supply chain issues, the pandemic has had an impact on the bike industry the world over. But not always in the ways we imagine.
Prof. Aurélien Acquier writes about the science fiction movie Okja, which says a lot about our response to environmental issues.
How can business leaders create meaningful change through technology? We take a closer look at the TechForGood movement with two ESCP professors Aurélien Acquier & Terence Tse.
Following the success of their SPF Runway competition, ESCP students reflect on the sustainability challenges facing the fashion industry and where new technologies can make a difference with the example of Staiy.
Three ESCP students are on a tour of Europe to uncover sustainable agricultural practices to feed a growing population. First stop, Denmark’s Nordic Harvest.
Europe, along with the rest of the world, has faced unprecedented challenges over the past year, but with vaccines now being distributed at pace and scale, and a new post-Brexit era emerging, the role of European leadership is shifting.
It might seem as if the world has thought of little else but the pandemic over the past year, but that is not the case. Sustainability is still very much top of the agenda for businesses.
In this episode, TimoMarquez talks with us about the environmental impact of real estate and urban areas.
Prof. Valentina Carbone & PhD candidate Tra-My Le review a book showing how these workers constituting the backbone of supply chains can use their power to resist poor working conditions.