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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), Consuelo Rauen (Consul of France in Curitiba)

08:15 am (gmt-3)

Keynote Speaker (tbc)

Innovation shaping 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)

Paper 01: SANEPAR Center for Sustanable Technologies: Contributions to knowledge production and induction of innovations in the environmental sanitation sector

Paper 02: Sustainability and Sustainable Development Goals in Business Models of Latin American Companies: An Exploratory Study

Paper 03: Urban transformation and social resignification based on holistic urban riverbank revitalization: Study case in Curitiba, Brazil

Paper 04: Corporate Social Responsibility aligned with business case: Case GRPCOM Institute

Paper 05: Pivoting from Sustainable Development Goals to "simple doable goals": Can social innovation help?

TRACK SESSION 02

Grassroots and Community Innovation for Sustainability

Chairs: Céline Louche
(Audencia - France); Jennifer Goodman (Audencia - France)

Paper 01: Managing a sustainable age-diverse working environment

 

Paper 02: Bioconstruction as a popular housing alternative in the city of Morretes

 

Paper 03: Pacifying, empowering and transforming: Alternative organizing at the margins - the Case of “Favela Feminista” in São Paulo

 

Paper 04: A sustentabilidade na agricultura familiar em assentamentos da reforma agrária no Paraná 

 

Paper 05: Need to Opportunity: Paths to Prosperity

Paper 06: Lessons from grassroots innovation in Australia

TRACK SESSION 03

Turning problems into solutions from the circular economy

Chairs: Cleverson Andreoli (ISAE - Brazil);  Gustavo Posseti (ISAE - Brazil);  Charles Carneiro (ISAE - Brazil)

Paper 01:  Sustainable Management resources in a brazilian water and sanitation company based on DMAIC approach

 

Paper 02: Mecanismos alfandegários e legais para o incentivo à recuperação energética do biogás em estações de tratamento de esgoto no Brasil 

 

Paper 03: Relationship between the availability of basic sanitation services associated with water and sewage and the promotion of public health in brazilian municipalities

 

Paper 04: Corporate governance and compliance in brazilian state-owned companies: Innovation as public administration tool towards a more efficient public service rendering

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

Susana Pereira (EAESP/FGV - Brazil)

Suzanne Young (LaTrobe - Autralia)

Nikodemus Soliander (Hanken - Finland)

11:30 am (gmt-3)

Keynote Speaker: Jonas Haertle (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)
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 (FEA USP RP - Brazil); Adriana Caldana (FEA USP RP - Brazil)

Paper 01: Gestão para Longevidade

Paper 02: SKILLS 4.0: skills required for future professionals

Paper 03: Collaboration and inclusion for responsible management education: learnings from the PRME Chapter France - Benelux

 

Paper 04: La Educación Universitaria esencial para el Desarrollo Sostenible y de Inspiración Universal

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)

Paper 01: Regulating Smart Cities: privatization and the pursuit of democratic aspirations through technological development

Paper 02: Simplified sustainability report: selected sustainable practices for small and medium-sized enterprises

Paper 03: Sustainable tax systems. The importance of the creation of a tax system based on corporate environmental and social performance

Paper 04: ESG and NET Zero Emissions targets: accelerating climate action through private sector voluntary commitments in Brazil 

Paper 05: Social responsibility and organizational commitment in the hotel industry: the moderating role of organizational culture

TRACK SESSION 06

Resilient Cities: Challenges and Possibilities

Chairs:  Ariadne Farias (ISAE - Brazil); Isabel Grimm (ISAE - Brazil); Carlos Alberto Cioce Sampaio (ISAE - Brazil)

Paper 01:  Soluções inovadoras para o enfrentamento aos efeitos da crise hídrica na região metropolitana de Curitiba: da Lagoa de Minas à Hidrossemeadura de nuvens 

Paper 02: Acolhimento de Saúde Mental contribui para a resiliência de trabalhadores de indústrias em meio a pandemia

 

Paper 03: Mulheres e meninas na redução de riscos de inundação urbana em Morretes/PR

Paper 04: Sistema De Mobilidade Urbana De Curitiba: caminho para um novo modelo

 

Paper 05: Framework de plano de continuidade de negócios para a governança de tecnologia da informação nas organizações

11:00 am (gmt-3)

PANEL #03

EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABILITY

Umesh Mukhi (EAESP FGV - Brazil)

Alessandra Maciel (ANAMBA - Brazil)

Gustavo Loiola (PRME LAC)

PANEL #04

INNOVATION FOR SUSTAINABILITY FOR SUSTAINABILITY THROUGH THE ESG LENS

Edson Kenji Kondo (President ANGRAD- Brazil)

Celso Tacla (South America President  Walmet)

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: