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Tue, Dec 13


Tracy Workshop

Tracy Workshop [Second edition]

Achieving carbon neutrality: sustainable business models, social entrepreneurship and B Corp.

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Tracy Workshop     [Second edition]
Tracy Workshop     [Second edition]

Time & Location

Dec 13, 2022, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM GMT+1

Tracy Workshop

About the event

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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:

  1. Sustainability transitions in the energy sector
  2. Inclusive and sustainable global value chain
  3. Technological change, innovation networks, and sustainable business models
  4. Clusters’ transition towards sustainability
  5. Culture and creative industries in sustainability transitions
  6. The role of sustainable certifications, and certified companies, such as the B Corps, to stimulate local/regional/national transformation towards sustainability
  7. Place-based sustainable innovation trajectories and policy actions
  8. The effects of green strategy adoption on competitive benefits
  9. Carbon neutrality and circular economy 

Interested contributors should send an extended abstract or a full paper to the email address: 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.

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