Workshop "Natural Bridge: Exploring business-led action at the nexus", Cambridge/UK
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The Nexus Network // Workshop "Natural Bridge: Exploring business-led action at the nexus", Cambridge/UK

The second thematic workshop of the Nexus Network, led by the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership brings a particular focus on the role of business in dealing with nexus challenges.

The workshop, which will take place in Cambridge over two days, will explore the business risks related to land use, food, water, energy and the environment through a mix of interactive sessions to inspire business led action underpinned by research.

This workshop is by invitation, but if you are particularly interested in being involved please get in touch {info@thenexusnetwork.org}

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