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Is it 'really' not that easy to be Green?

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An expert panel discussion led with Greening Business Students on 'being Green'. …

An expert panel discussion led with Greening Business Students on 'being Green'.

Chaired by:
Liam Docherty, Greening Business Student (@leonarddmu)

Led by:
Dr. Miles Weaver, Senior Lecturer in Strategy (@DrMilesWeaver)

Panel:
Dr. Kumba Jallow, Principal Lecturer in CSR and Sustainability (@DrKumbaJallow)

Renu Marley, Social Entrepreneur, (@Phoenixbusiness)

Deycy Janeth Sánchez Preciado, Researcher at the University of Cauca in Colombia

Published in Business , Technology
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  • 1. Chaired by: Liam Docherty, Greening Business Student (@leonarddmu) Led by: Dr. Miles Weaver, Senior Lecturer in Strategy (@DrMilesWeaver) Panel: Dr. Kumba Jallow, Principal Lecturer in CSR and Sustainability (@DrKumbaJallow) Renu Marley, Social Entrepreneur, (@Phoenixbusiness) Deycy Janeth Sánchez Preciado, Researcher at the University of Cauca in ColombiaFor further details contact:mweaver@dmu.ac.uk
  • 2. A discussion focusing on whether being green gives anadvantage and/or whether this is a moral/ethical duty.1. What are the issues behind the term ‘environmental sustainability’?2. How do business organisations view this: as a moral imperative or as a means of delivering competitive advantage?3. Can new business models such as the social enterprise deliver environmental sustainability better?4. Is it right that DMU includes environmental sustainability in its mission? If so, how will DMU deliver?