Cambridge Judge Business School launches climate change series
A super series outlining entrepreneurship to tackle climate change is launched from next week at Cambridge Judge Business School’s Enterprise Tuesday programme.
The May 4 evening is exciting enough but ensure you put in your diary the May 18 talk by Professor Sir David King, founder and chair or the Centre for Climate Repair at Cambridge; senior strategy adviser to the President of Rwanda; former CSA, UK Govt, 2000-2007; former Climate Envoy, UK Govt, 2013-2017.
Student entrepreneurs and existing business managers are invited to join the new term’s programme online with any friends and colleagues; you can book participation on any of the excellent events in May. Tickets are now available to book and the guest speaker line up is featured below.
Tuesday 4 May, 18:30 – 20:00
Do you need disruptive entrepreneurship to tackle climate change?
With guest panellists: Moshiel Biton, CEO and co-founder at Addionics and Jogchum Brinksma, founder, FLOBAS Ventures. Chaired by Dr Chris Coleridge, Senior Faculty in Management Practice, CJBS.
Tuesday 11 May, 18:30 – 20:00
Is the VC industry fit to face the climate change challenge?
With guest panelists: Catlin Wale, senior associate, Counteract; Hampus Jakobsson, general partner, Pale Blue Dot; Yair Reem, co-founder of BeyondBlack; and Pippa Gawley, founder & director, Zero-Carbon Capital. Chaired by Naveed Chaudhry, co-founder and head of The Greenhouse at the Centre for Climate Change Innovation.
Tuesday 18 May, 18:30 – 20:00
Climate Repair: Urgent Global Actions to Manage a Safe Future for Humanity
Keynote Talk with Professor Sir David King FRS, founder and chair, Centre for Climate Repair at Cambridge; senior strategy adviser to the President of Rwanda; former CSA, UK Govt, 2000-2007; former Climate Envoy, UK Govt, 2013-2017. Chaired by Dr Emily Shuckburgh, Director of Cambridge Zero
Tuesday 25 May, 18:30 – 20:00
What changes do we need to see in our food system and how can entrepreneurship help?
With guest panellists: Tessa Clarke, co-founder & CEO of OLIO; Tashia Tucker, CEO and founder of Olombria; and Robert Montgomery, managing director and co-founder, OxGAV. Chaired by Ben Stafford, founder and CEO of Regenerate.
Ticket booking is essential for the May series. Main registration closes 24 hours prior to the event in order for all registrants to receive the live link in plenty of time. Enterprise Tuesday will be hosted via Zoom and will welcome a global audience. If you have any queries about Enterprise Tuesday, contact the team via enterprisetuesday [at] jbs.cam.ac.uk.