Beijing, September 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — As part of its efforts to realize the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) launched a special publication, “CKGSB 2022 ESG and Social Innovation Report: Contributing to Sustainable Development.” created an innovative path towards Here are some examples of how business schools are pursuing his ESG goals. China.
Released on the 9thth of September 2022the report showcases CKGSB’s innovative programs, original research, hands-on projects, interdisciplinary partnerships, and global dialogue on the school’s environmental, social and governance (ESG) commitments and impacts. .
The report also highlights key examples of CKGSB’s social responsibility over the past two years, including ESG-related courses within the programme, social innovation projects led by school staff, students and alumni, and Features unique insights from faculty research on sustainability.
Emphasizing the social role of business schools like CKGSB, founder and dean Xiang Bing wrote in the report: To make the world a better place, both economically and socially. “
As ESG becomes an increasingly important topic around the world, the report includes CKGSB’s commitment to achieving its ESG goals. China and globally. Under ‘Programs and Courses’, the report highlights the ‘Social Innovation and Business for Good’ field course led by a marketing professor Zhu Rui (Juliet) is mandatory for Executive MBA students from 2021. The course will enable the student to identify social issues, explore solutions under the guidance of a mentor or professor, and initiate her ESG practice at an educational institution. In the ‘Practices’ section, the Ji’an project shows how the CKGSB contributed to poverty alleviation efforts in Ji’an. Jiangxi By integrating its core business of education and business administration into Social Innovation, in the “Research” section, the report includes Professor Brian Beard Recent publications about Chinese It provides mathematical models of air pollution and its economic costs, pollution policy and economic growth.
The report was also submitted to the United Nations Responsible Management Education (PRME), to which CKGSB has since signed. November 24, 2008As a signatory to PRME, a UN-backed initiative established in 2007, CKGSB is committed to promoting sustainability and providing today’s business leaders with the tools to make a difference for the future. I am aiming for
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