For two weeks we had more than 40 sessions, 30 companies, 300 people and 60 speakers on the Carcavelos campus - the first edition of Nova SBE Sustainability Journey, a collection of educational programmes, events, conferences and debates dedicated to sustainability, came to an end this Friday. However, the school's sustainable journey is only beginning.
The penultimate day of the Nova SBE Sustainability Journey took place this Thursday, at the Carcavelos campus. The more than ten moments of sharing and reflection shared the same motto: we must join efforts to ensure a more sustainable society and implement a radical change in organisations.
The 10th day of Nova SBE Sustainability Journey - a collection of educational programmes, events and conferences, cultural activities dedicated to sustainability - gathered more than 150 participants, this Wednesday, at the Carcavelos campus. The event featured more than 10 moments, all with a simple message: we must act today to ensure a more sustainable tomorrow.
The Nova SBE Sustainability Journey - a collection of educational programmes, events and conferences, debates and cultural activities dedicated to sustainability - has already started. Pedro Brito, Associate Dean of Nova School of Business & Economics, explains why it is so important to bring together universities, companies and decision-makers to address current sustainability challenges.
Nova SBE wants to take a step forward in its mission to positively impact society, contributing to a new paradigm of Sustainable Prosperity. To fulfil this mission, it has created the Nova SBE Sustainability Journey - a collection of educational programmes, events and conferences, debates and cultural activities -, dedicated to sustainability, which will take place between June 20 and July 1, at the Carcavelos campus.
Nova SBE Executive Education has created the Postgraduate Diploma in Sustainable Development, aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - internationally agreed development goals and commitments to international conventions and treaties. We spoke with Professor Ricardo Zózimo, to understand to what extent this program can help companies transform the world, society and economy.
As world leaders were preparing for the COP26 climate conference, research from the CEMS Global Alliance in Management Education (the international consortium of 34 leading business schools, 70 companies and 8 social partners of which Nova SBE is a member), released in September 2021, revealed that global professionals consider the environmental crisis, including climate change, to be the most overwhelming challenge facing business leaders in the 21st century.