Second Issue- Climate Change
Second Issue Climate Change
In this second issue of the AIB Review, we explore the impacts of Climate Change across a broad range of frameworks including; Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Human Resources, Supply Chain, Finance and Tourism.
After spotlighting COVID-19 in our first issue, we began to see the conversation naturally evolve and lead into the pressing topic of Climate Change.
This issue represents the work and opinions of AIB’s wider community with a wide range of our outstanding academics, Online Learning Facilitators, Students and AIB Review Editor bringing their fresh perspectives to a core and contested 21st-century topic.
The AIB Review publication continues to be a resource for our Australian Institute of Business community, reiterating our commitment to deliver a truly “Lifetime MBA” to our alumni, numbering over 10,000 across the globe.
The AIB Review, while addressing hot topics, does not lose sight of our educational purpose. Indeed, it shines a light on the lively intellectual organisation that we are.
Each article invites readers to comment on the view put forward, and we encourage you to (politely) continue the conversation in this way.
Please enjoy reading and do share.
Professor Ingrid Day, Academic Dean, Australian Institute of Business.
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