Delve: Managing Ourselves Out of Climate Change

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Published: 26Jul2022
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As heatwaves increase around the world and weather patterns become even more unpredictable, top researchers at McGill’s Desautels Faculty of Management are finding novel solutions to the climate crisis—solutions that link multiple industries, regulatory bodies, leaders, entrepreneurs, workers, and consumers. Because the only way forward is together.

Read Delve’s newest article to catch up on the latest management research on how sustainable practices in supply chains, small business, and fast fashion have a measurable environment effect—and hear about it in professors’ own words on Delve’s The “New Normal” podcast series with journalist Dave Kaufman. Delve into:

  • How to slow down fast fashion’s environmental impact through regulatory change, industry compliance, and consumer awareness – with Professor Javad Nasiry
  • How sustainability-focused supply chain management could decrease the environmental impact of supply chain greenhouse gas emissions – with Professor Sanjith Gopalakrishnan
  • How small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) have a big role to play in the climate sustainability picture – with Professor Dror Etzion

For insights, read the article on Delve and listen to the Delve podcast.

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