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8th International Conference in Corporate
Responsibility, Sustainability, Governance and Innovation

"Innovation shaping
a sustainable future"

28 - 29 OCTOBER 2021

Curitiba, Brazil

ONLINE CONFERENCE

CLICK HERE FOR CONFERENCE INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION

CR3+2021

Innovation has been accelerating the pace of change towards sustainability and fostering new models, behaviors and trends. It is one of the most promising drivers for addressing the societal challenges of our planet, especially now, in the face of the Coronavirus pandemic. It recognizes the critical role of businesses in developing solutions but also the importance of partnering as innovation often happen through collaboration.


 CR3+ is a collaborative initiative of four PRME champions: Audencia Business School (France), Hanken School of Economics (Finland), ISAE FGV (Brazil) and La Trobe Business School (Australia). These champions have been working together since 2008, with the aim to exchange ideas, pedagogical processes, curriculum and research in the area of corporative responsibility.

Join us online in the eighth CR3+ in Curitiba, to discuss how we can achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, through innovation in the post-pandemic world. 

 

AGENDA AND
REGISTRATION

CR3+ is an international conference held collaboratively with partners from different continents who will be represented in the team of speakers. In addition, a great differential are panels involving different sectors of society such as governments, companies and academia.
 

DAY 01 october 28

08:00 am (gmt-3)

Opening session

Norman Arruda (ISAE President - Brazil), Rafael Greca (Mayor of Curitiba - Brazil)

08:15 am (gmt-3)

Paul Polman

Vice-Chair of the UN Global Compact 

"Building a new mindset for a sustainable future"

08:30 am (gmt-3)

TRACK SESSION 01

Social innovation in the age of Sustainable Development Goals

 

Chair

Martin Fougère

Hanken School of Economics -Finland

TRACK SESSION 02

Grassroots and Community Innovation for Sustainability

Chairs

Céline Louche 

Audencia - France

Jennifer Goodman

Audencia - France

TRACK SESSION 03

Turning problems into solutions from the circular economy

Chairs

Cleverson Andreoli

ISAE - Brazil

 Gustavo Posseti

ISAE - Brazil

Charles Carneiro

ISAE - Brazil

10:30 am (gmt-3)

PANEL #01

Innovation and Sustainability in Cities

Paulo Cruz Filho (Cities can B - Brazil)
Eduardo Pimentel (Vice Mayor of Curitiba - Brazil)
Andre Sobczak (Vice-president of the Nantes Metrópole - France)

PANEL #02

Supply Chain Management and its Role in
Sustainable Development

Gustavo Loiola (PRME LAC)

Susana Pereira (EAESP/FGV - Brazil)

Suzanne Young (LaTrobe - Autralia)

Nikodemus Soliander (Hanken - Finland)

11:30 am (gmt-3)

Jonas Haertle

Chief of the Executive Director Office UNITAR

"SDGs and the Decade of Action"

DAY 02 october 29

08:00 am (gmt-3)

Deans Discussion

Interculturality as a driver for education

Moderator: Mette Morsing (Head UNPRME - USA)
Suzanne O’Keefe (LaTrobe Business School - Australia)
Karen Spens (Hanken School of Economics - Finland)
Christophe Germain (Audencia Business School - France)

Norman Arruda (ISAE - Brazil)
Madhu Veeraraghavan (T A Pai Management Institute - India)

09:00 am (gmt-3)

TRACK SESSION 04

Sustainable Development Education in the edge of the Anthropocene

Chairs: 

Flavio Pinheiro Martins

Latin2S

Adriana Caldana

FEA USP RP - Brazil

TRACK SESSION 05

Fostering Responsible Innovation across National Business Systems and Industry Sectors

Chairs: 

Guilherme Azevedo

Audencia - France

Christian Voegtlin

Audencia - France

Andreas Georg Scherer

University of Zurich - Switzerland

TRACK SESSION 06

Resilient Cities: Challenges and Possibilities

Chairs

Ariadne Farias

ISAE - Brazil

Isabel Grimm

ISAE - Brazil

Carlos Alberto Cioce Sampaio

ISAE - Brazil

11:00 am (gmt-3)

PANEL #03

Education for Sustainability

Umesh Mukhi (EAESP FGV - Brazil)

Alessandra Maciel (ANAMBA - Brazil)

Antonio Freitas (Provost FGV - Brazil)

Geraldine Kennett (LaTrobe - Australia)

PANEL #04

Innovation through ESG lens

Edson Kenji Kondo (President ANGRAD- Brazil)

Celso Tacla (South America President  Walmet)

Helen Pedroso (UN Global Compact Brazil)

Daniely Andrade (ESG Manager Rumo)

12:00 am (gmt-3)

CLOSING

TRACK CHAIRS and panelists

The Conference has several tracks that relate to the theme of Innovation shaping a sustainable future. Check out the chairs and panelists that will be with us during these days: