Tue, Dec 13|
Tracy Workshop [Second edition]
Achieving carbon neutrality: sustainable business models, social entrepreneurship and B Corp.
Time & Location
Dec 13, 2022, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM GMT+1
About the event
Link Zoom: https://unipd.zoom.us/j/86051517807
This second edition of the TRACY workshop focuses on the role of sustainable business model, social entrepreneurship, and B Corps in achieving zero-carbon neutrality, disentangling the factors (e.g., institutional, at the industry and/or firm-level) leading firms to meet the net-zero goal.
The workshop focuses on emergent issues related to sustainable development: a development that meets the needs of current generations without compromising those of the future generations. To respond to global changes, it is necessary to embrace a forward-looking approach, oriented to avoid or mitigate negative impacts and to adapt quickly to ongoing changes.
The contents of the workshop relate, but are not limited, to these themes:
- Sustainability transitions in the energy sector
- Inclusive and sustainable global value chain
- Technological change, innovation networks, and sustainable business models
- Clusters’ transition towards sustainability
- Culture and creative industries in sustainability transitions
- The role of sustainable certifications, and certified companies, such as the B Corps, to stimulate local/regional/national transformation towards sustainability
- Place-based sustainable innovation trajectories and policy actions
- The effects of green strategy adoption on competitive benefits
- Carbon neutrality and circular economy
Interested contributors should send an extended abstract or a full paper to the email address: email@example.com from 27th October to 20th November 2022.
Extended abstracts should contain a minimum of 500 words and a maximum of 2500 words. Extended abstracts can contain figures, tables and/or images, which are not included in the word count. Full papers (optional) should not exceed 8000 words, inclusive of the abstract (150 words), tables, references, figure captions, and endnotes.