Book by Céline Louche featured as one of the Top 40 Sustainable Books of 2010

The book ‘Innovative CSR: From Risk Management to Value Creation’ edited by Vlerick professor Céline Louche, together with Samuel O. Idowu and Walter Leal Filho, is listed on the 18th position in ‘The 2010 Top 40 Sustainable Books’. The list was published by the University of Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership (CPSL) and builds on previous research. In 2009, CPSL surveyed its alumni to generate a list of the most noteworthy and influential sustainability books of the last fifty years, a list later published as ‘The Top 50 Sustainability Books’. For their recent publication ‘A Journey of a Thousand Miles: The State of Sustainability Leadership 2011’, a report which highlights some of the most interesting practice and research in the sustainability field, CPSL invited its staff and Senior Associates to identify the top 40 most significant books of the past 12 months. The updated list was published in the report. A copy of this report, including a chapter featuring Céline Louche’s work, is available to download for free.

About University of Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership

CPSL is a department of the University of Cambridge focused on working with business and government to build leaders’ capacity to meet the needs of society and address critical global challenges. CPSL runs a number of executive education programmes and also convenes groups of business leaders to engage in the public policy process, for example through The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group on Climate Change.

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