We Are Still In! Conference report from the 2018 Ceres Conference
Baumeister, S. (2018). We Are Still In! Conference report from the 2018 Ceres Conference. Journal of Cleaner Production, 196C, 183-184. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2018.06.069
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DisciplineApplied or integration/application scholarshipYritysten ympäristöjohtaminenApplied or integration/application scholarshipCorporate Environmental Management
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This is a report on the 2018 Ceres Conference that took place from April 24 to 26 at the Park Plaza Hotel in Boston, MA. The conference theme was “Scale Up!” while the discussion centered mainly around the “We Are Still In!” movement that has emerged after the pull-out of the Paris Climate Agreement by the Trump administration. The conference was mainly attended by institutional investors, company executives and capital market leaders as well as NGOs and academics. The conference consisted of four plenary and four panel sessions as well as various networking events.
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