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New date for NBS Sustainability Centres Community Workshop: July 12-14, 2021

  • 1.  New date for NBS Sustainability Centres Community Workshop: July 12-14, 2021

    Posted 04-21-2020 12:44

    I'm writing to share new dates for the Network for Business Sustainability Sustainability Centres Community Workshop: July 12-14, 2021, in Vienna, Austria. We have rescheduled the workshop due to the COVID crisis, and look forward to connecting in person once again.


    Every two years, members of the Sustainability Centres Community (SCC) gather to discuss the challenges and opportunities in directing a sustainability centre within a business school. The workshop identifies ways to increase impact and advance transformative change, through both multisectoral engagement and peer learning.


    The 2021 event is hosted by Vienna University of Economics and Business and FHWien University of Applied Sciences for Management & Communication.


    The workshop is adjacent to two other conferences, to allow consolidated travel (EGOS is July 8-10 2021 in Amsterdam and ISBEE begins on the late afternoon of July 14 in Bilbao, Spain).


    Details about registration, travel bursaries, and sponsorship opportunities will be forthcoming. At this point, please mark your calendars.


    And, if your centre is not a member of the SCC,  join this 150-member community. It's free, and centres can do much more by learning from each other and building community than by working separately. More information is just below.


    ·               Sustainability Centres Community 

    ·               2021 SCC workshop 

    ·               Join the SCC 

    ·               2016 and 2018 SCC Workshops

    ·               Network for Business Sustainability 


    With best wishes for all,





    Maya Fischhoff

    Knowledge Manager | Network for Business Sustainability 



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