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Jouni Juntunen nominated to Network for Business Sustainability Sustainability Centres Community (SCC) Advisory Board

Jouni Juntunen, Professor of Practice of Sustainable Production and Consumption with a joint appointment at the Aalto University School of Business (Department of Management Studies) and the School of Arts, Design and Architecture (Department of Design), and leader of the Sustainability in Business (SUB) research group, has been nominated to Network for Business Sustainability Sustainability Centres Community (SCC) Advisory Board for a three year period starting from 2021.

SCC facilitate a community of 170+ sustainability research centres in business schools around the world.The Board’s role is to offer insights or advice on strategic and operational issues. It also proactively recommends initiatives and actions to complement the SCC’s existing activities, and advocates for the SCC, encouraging others to become involved. 

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