This conference concerns the ‘Sustainable Business Models’ aspect of SMART.
The Sheffield Institute of Corporate and Commercial Law (SICCL) in collaboration with the project Sustainable Market Actors for Responsible Trade (SMART) are hosting a free one day conference which welcomes scholars to think critically about the role which consumers can play for the promotion of greater sustainable development. Registration is open until 27 June 2017.
The Sheffield Institute of Corporate and Commercial Law (SICCL), in collaboration with the project Sustainable Market Actors for Responsible Trade (SMART), hosts the international conference on ‘Law, Finance and Sustainability’.
To realise the potential of the Non-Financial Reporting Directive to foster the shift towards a sustainable global economy this Conference will gather European academics, experts, regulators, and businesses to identify and highlight best practices on the legislative, business and investor levels.
The University of Oslo hosts a workshop on the mapping and analysis of the regulatory complexity of market actors in the Nordic countries. The event is combined with the Research Group Companies, Markets and Sustainability’s PhD Seminar Companies and Markets 2017.
Professor Benjamin Richardson, University of Tasmania, will present his book 'Time and Environmental Law - Telling Nature's Time'. Professor Emeritus Hans Christian Bugge from the University of Oslo will give a prepared comment.
Open for all interested.
The public sector in its many roles as market actor, including as direct and indirect investor, is crucial to achieving environmental, social and economic sustainability.
This event is by invitation only. Please don't hesitate to contact the organisers should you have any questions.
This conference invites scholars to consider the ways in which trade and investment law can promote and block sustainability.
Internal meeting for project partner in connection our second biannual SMART week.
On 4-5 May 2017 Centre for Enterprise Liability (CEVIA) will host a two-day international conference at the Faculty of Law of the University of Copenhagen, where researchers from the CSR Legal Research Network, the SMART project and other renowned specialists discuss timely developments relating to the field of procurement, sustainability and CSR.
In order to secure the social foundation for people today and in the future, radical changes both to business behaviour and to the global distributional landscape are required. Tax systems are a recognised force for both behavioural change and redistribution. Are tax systems responding, however, to these needs?
The InterTran Research Group for Sustainable Business and Law, University of Helsinki and Aalto University School of Business in collaboration with the SMART project, University of Oslo are organising an international conference on Sustainable and Efficient Transport Systems – The Role of Transport in the Sustainable Circular Economy.
Workshop and meetings for members of the SMART consortium and others invited to discuss further topics of conference.
Marta Andrecka, CEVIA, University of Copenhagen, will introduce the book and advance a forward-looking perspective on public procurement before introducing Alexandra Horváthová, CEVIA and Beata Faracik, Polish Institute for Human Rights and Business. This event is part of the conference "Life-cycle based Management and Reporting for Sustainable Business".
Author, Gill North, will present her book, followed by comments by Beate Sjåfjell and Jukka Mähönen. This event is part of the conference "Life-cycle based Management and Reporting for Sustainable Business".
This conference intends to critically investigate life-cycle based governance and management, finance, accounting and reporting, as a means to achieve corporate sustainability.
The conference concerns the overall question of rights and duties for the corporations and other legal entities to pursue CSR goals.