Sustainability lectures at Maastricht University by Studium Generale


EVENT DATE: 17-10-12 | Lecture |

Sustainability has become an increasingly important attribute of economic activities describing methods of production, but also qualities of consumption and attributes of capital investment.
In part, this reflects popular concern with environmental preservation, but it may also reflect changes in tastes among consumers and investors.
"Sustainability" may also be a marketing device which can be employed successfully by large corporations and small businesses alike.

The lectures:

1. Innovation for Sustainable Development (Kemp / 19 Sept)

2. Responsible Investing (Bauer / 26 Sept)

3. Sustainable Property, Energy Efficiency and Sustainability in the Real Estate Sector (Eichholtz / 3 Oct)

4. Sustainable Development from a Humanistic Perspective, the relation between needs and novelty (Van Lente / 10 Oct)

5. Sustainable Banking, sustainable necessity and success in international finance (Bos / 17 Oct)





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