The Sustainable MBA: A Business Guide to Sustainability
Between the fi rst and second editions I have interviewed over 150 CEOs, business leaders, sustainability experts, authors, NGOs, international organizations, academics, and students from around the world. So many people have been engaged and supportive of this project, too many to list here. I apologize in advance for those names I will inevitably miss. Thank you to the following people for agreeing to be interviewed, for reading through drafts, for sharing your passion for these issues, and for providing various bits of inspiration: Roger Adams at ACCA, Stathis Gould at IFAC, Neil Earnshaw at Enviroman, Chris Tuppen at Fronesys, Rob Gray at CSEAR, Rachel Bird and Ilana Tabu at ICAEW, Michelle Molnar at David Suzuki Foundation, Anthony Pullin at Midcounties Co-operatives and the International Year for Cooperatives, James Gifford from UNPRI, Parvez Ahmed at the University of North Florida, Mark Hoffman at KPMG, Robyn Tomiko Tsukayama at the Harvard Offi ce of Sustainability, Andrew Williams at Eighteen Rabbit, Nancy Furlow at Marymount University, Mary Gentile at Babson, Emily Horgan at CAO, Wim Vanderkerckhove at the University of Greenwich, Vincent Tophoff at IFAC, Phillippa White at TIE, Victoria Brooks, Lisa Calvano at West Chester University, Kofo Adeleke, Leticia Greyling, Rhodes Business School, Samantha Putt del Pino and Eliot Metzger, World
Resource Institute, Scott Houston, independent consultant, Claire Thwaits at the Gordon Institute of Business Science, Kevin Roberts, Richard Hytner, Jane Kendall, Roger Kennedy and Fleur Diston at Saatchi and Saatchi, Sean Ansett at At Stake Advisors, Anders Aspling at GRLI, Roger Bancroft at GreenEarth Cleaning, Shima Barakat and Shai Vyakarnam at the University of Cambridge, Leeora Black and Peter Lacy at Accenture, Alice Chapple at Forum for the Future, David Collison at the University of Dundee, Jackson Carroll at McKinsey, Peggy Cunningham at Queen ’s University, Kim Custard, Nancy Parker, Jeremy Lardeau and Andrew Smith at PWC, Rebecca Dixon and Susanna Jacobson at Mercer, John Elkington at Volans, Jed Emerson and Lila Preston at GenerationIM, Neil Earnshaw at Enviroman, Stephanos Fotiou, Cornis Lugt, Peter Graham and Sonia Valdivia at UNEPTIE, Katie Fry, Maggie Brenneke and Jodie Thorpe at SustainAbility, Martin Hancock at Westpac, Debra Zupancic, Alan Knight and Daniel Waistell at Accountability, David Logan at Corporate Citizenship, Adam Ognall at UKSIF, Nick Robins at HSBC, Richard Peters at NAB, Simon Pickard at EABIS, Stephanie Robertson at SiPMACT, John Scott at PepsiCo, Graham Sim at GE, Laura Somoggi at Unilever, Mark Wade at Shell, Shauna Sadowski at Clif Bar, Robert Tacon at UNEPFI, John Talberth at Redefi ning Progress, Katherine Teh-White at Futureye, Karen Wilson and Bert Twaalfhoven at EFER, Kameel Virjee at the World Bank, Anne Wallin at Dow Chemicals, Will Oulton at FTSE, Brad Whitaker at Schlumberger, Justin Golbach at The Aspen Institute, David Roth at WPP, author Bob Willard, members of the AIESEC and OIKOS networks, Jeremy Higgs, Ramanie Kunanayagam, Ila Panik, Svetlana Ignatieva, Peter Arias, Scott McCormick, Sayida Vanenburg, David Murray, Gavin Murray, Henna Jain, Jay Walljasper, Leif Holmberg, Malcolm Fox, Aleksandar Maricic, Ed Perkins, Pete Spark and Adrian Ruiz Carvajal, the London Business School Community including all the students and alumni who took the time to speak to me, in particular John Mullins, Andrew Scott, Andrea Masini, Caitlin Anstee, Michael Blowfi eld, Dennis Oswald, Rob Goffee, Anne Sandford, Gareth Howells, Mohan Madireddi and John Stopford. Dave Challis, Katherine Madden and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development Future Leaders Team, the incredible global alumni community from Bearhs Environmental Leadership Program at Berkeley (including Bill Sonnenschein), and fellow members of Net Impact around the world.
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