- RSM students best negotiators at UN climate change convention simulation https://t.co/xgmUvWhkGm
- Great to be in Rome to discuss accelerating integrated thinking within organisations @luiss… https://t.co/OgP0dILaLR
- Last chance to get your tickets for Friday's "RSM Sustainability Forum 2018." I will be joined by Valerie Sydry (E… https://t.co/A3ttvv1uO0
- RT @Clean2Antarctic: Do you know someone who wants to make an impact and go on an adventure? We are looking for young people (18-28) to… https://t.co/Oaz5pxfTr4
- BBC News - Plea for action on shipping emissions https://t.co/ZXdDNLxq1N
- ABP, roep Shell op beter werk te maken van klimaat https://t.co/G7l8Nm3oRo via @nrc
- RT @KateRaworth: If you know how to write catchy tweets in Dutch, you might catch a copy of Donut Economie... https://t.co/YGZa3PQvoX
- Great opportunity to work with one of the top global scholars on organisational resilience https://t.co/kr7HeLNJnx
- Interesting new report from KPMG giving insights on the current state of reporting of SDGs: https://t.co/y9lWepbKLd
- 5 key recommendations to improve our resources for teaching sustainability management https://t.co/5hVQfs2FKx
Dr Emilio Marti received the prize from the German Academic Association for Business Research.
Alumnus Bart Cornelissen is a senior finance manager at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
RSM Outlook’s summer 2018 issue features challenges and solutions through research and business.
RSM alumna Meiny Prins and executive fellow Willem Ferwerda talk about sustainable agriculture.
Prof. Rob van Tulder outlines societal challenges in food sustainability and security in RSM Outlook