In order of appearance
All the resources and readings linked to throughout the module are collated here for easy references – they are listed in the order they appear in the module.
Colin Melvin – ESG – Origin, Purpose & Impact
Arizona State University – The history of sustainability
R. Edward Freeman – What is stakeholder theory?
Thandie Newton – Nations United: Urgent Solutions for Urgent Times
Tensie Whelan & Carly Fink – The Comprehensive Business Case for Sustainability
Liam Hynes & Rochelle March – ESG Data Signals – Trucost Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Analytics
McKinsey – Executive summary from the McKinsey Global Institute Climate risk and response report
Rebecca Vogel – Biodiversity
BBC – Extinction: The Facts
Ellen MacArthur – TedTalk – The suprising thing I learn sailing around the world
Elisa Magistrali – ESG Trends 2021 – Circular Economy
Rebecca Vogel – The Transition to Net Zero
Stern, H.H. (2006). The Economics of Climate Change: The Stern Review
Carolyn Symon – Climate change: Action trends and implications for business
World Economic Forum – Shaping the Future of Global Public Goods
World Forum on Natural Capital – What is natural capital?
IUCN – Climate Change and Land
WHO – Newsroom
Ellen Macarthur Foundation – Completing the picture: How the circular economy tackles climate change
Julian Birkinshaw – How is technological change affecting the nature of the corporation
Elisa Magistrali – Social Equality
Elisa Magistrali – Grey is the new black
Reasons to be Cheerful podcast. Episode 175. LIVE LONG AND PROSPER: learning from the world’s longevity hotspots
Rebecca Vogel – Human Capital Management
Michael Green Ted Talk: How can we make the world a better place by 2030?
Brian Keeley – OECD Statistics
The World Bank – The Human Capital Project: Frequently Asked Questions
Hester Holtland & Anke Höften – Dutch Pension Funds and Forced Labour Speak up
Nicholas Epley & Amit Kumar – How to Design an Ethical Organization
David Carter, Betty Simkins & Gary Simpson – Corporate governance, board diversity, and firm value
Gennaro Bernile, Vineet Bhagwat & Scott Yonker – Board diversity, firm risk, and corporate policies