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Alessandro Pietrobon is now a member of Sustainable RSM
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Frank Wijen posted a blog post

Research seminar global private environmental regimes

On 24 September at 14 hours, Professor Aseem Prakash will present research on ISO 14001 and pollution reduction at RSM.More info can be found at this site: http://bit.ly/1s8hnQ9.See More
yesterday
Lesa Sawahata posted an event

Event Invitation: Global Private Regimes, Domestic Public Law: ISO 14001 and Pollution Reduction. at RSM Mandeville Bldg. T07-67, EUR Woudestein Campus

September 24, 2014 from 2pm to 3:30pm
Join us on 24 September 2014 for an ERIM Research Seminar with Aseem Prakash, Director of the University of Washington Center for Environmental Politics.Professor Prakash's presentation, entitled 'Global Private Regimes, Domestic Public Law: ISO 14001 and Pollution Reduction', will begin at 14.00 and run to 15.30 and will be held in Mandeville Building T07-67 at Erasmus University Rotterdam.  More information:…See More
Wednesday
Frank Wijen posted a blog post

Webinar International Climate Policy

The following event will be organised by the Institute for European Studies at Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB):'On the way to Lima and Paris: the EU’s role in international climate policy' - IES Webinar – Monday 22 September 2014, 12.00-13.00h (CEST). Introduction to the webinar: In December 2015, a new global agreement to fight climate change is to be adopted at the 21st Conference of the Parties of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Paris. Negotiations on this Paris…See More
Tuesday

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Student Committee

The Student Committee

Sustainable RSM’s student committee welcomes all student members. Sustainable RSM’s mission is to generate sustainability dialague, research, and action with RSM's stakeholders. The transition to Sustainable RSM this autumn (from Greening RSM) marks the change to addressing social and environmental matters.

Some of the student committee’s current and upcoming projects are:

  • the flyer project (to discourage the use of flyers on campus)
  • the plastic recycling initiative;
  • guest lectures, field trips to sustainable business operations
  • and events on the academic calendar such as Sustainability Day (10 October) and Earth Day (22 April 2013).

Over the past couple of years, the School’s sustainability initiative has made significant achievements, such as the power saving achieved by shutting down student computers outside opening hours, the introduction of of recycled paper and double-sided printing pre-sets on all printers, and the assessment of RSM’s environmental footprint via the Milieu Barometer.

 

What can students gain from joining the student committee?

Sustainable RSM is recruiting new student committee members to further reach out to classmates about sustainable business operations and events. By joining this relatively new committee, students can become actively involved in further developing Sustainable RSM, by meeting students with similar interest in sustainability and business, exploring the ethical side of business, and interacting directly with not only peers but also with other RSM stakeholders such as professors and guest lecturers. Since Sustainable RSM is now in a major transition phase, any active student input will be of great value.

 

Interested?

If you are interested in knowing more about Sustainable RSM’s student committee, or if you would like to join as an active member, please feel free to contact us at sustainableRSM@gmail.com. More information about Sustainable RSM can be found on Facebook and this web page, shown under the Links on Sin-Online.




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