GCNYC + Fashion Revolution USA Sustainable Fashion Week Lounge Day 2

GCNYC 64 Wooster St, New York

Sustainable Fashion Week 2021 is the premiere sustainability and impact-focused alternative to Fashion Week, showcasing collections from emerging sustainable designers, established sustainable designers and vintage collectors. It is the platform for individuals from all backgrounds to share their vision of a sustainable fashion future. GCNYC...

GCNYC + Fashion Revolution USA Sustainable Fashion Week Lounge Day 3

GCNYC 64 Wooster St, New York

Sustainable Fashion Week 2021 is the premiere sustainability and impact-focused alternative to Fashion Week, showcasing collections from emerging sustainable designers, established sustainable designers and vintage collectors. It is the platform for individuals from all backgrounds to share their vision of a sustainable fashion future. GCNYC...

Consumption and the Common Good: Rental, Resale, Repair and Recycle

Zoom

ABOUT THE CONSUMPTION AND THE COMMON GOOD SERIES The “growth at all costs” mindset that permeates global business today results in a litany of negative outcomes for people, communities, and the planet. To fuel economic growth, businesses continue to drive higher consumption rates among existing...

Building Back Better: The Role of Social Innovation

Zoom

ABOUT THE BUILDING BACK BETTER SERIES As we continue to be transformed by the far-reaching effects of the COVID-19 virus, we have the opportunity and the imperative to build back differently to create a better world, departing from practices which have gotten us to the...

Strategy Frameworks Meet Critical Theories — For the Common Good

Zoom

The critical reappraisal of the role and impact of business in society at the core of GCNYC’s mission challenges power, sees through male domination and white supremacy, and conceives of humanity in nature as an interconnected system, replete with meaning and vulnerable to the feedback...

Consumption and the Common Good: Academic Perspectives

GCNYC 64 Wooster St, New York

No one theory can possibly show the way to halt the seemingly irrevocable path we’re on to overconsume our way to the destruction of the planet. Overcoming the devastation of overconsumption constitutes a “wicked problem” that implicates every facet of social life and hence calls...

Career Conversations Featuring Simon Fischweicher of CDP

Zoom

Sometimes we just learn best by example. In our Career Conversations series, we engage with impact + sustainability professionals to illustrate through example what working in impact and sustainability looks like, break down the intentional and accidental steps that lead to their current position, and...

PRME Northeast Chapter Debut Networking Event

Hybrid 64 Wooster St, New York

In collaboration with the Haub School of Business and Rutgers Business School and with the leadership and support of the North America Chapter of the UN Principles for Responsible Management Education, Glasgow Caledonian New York College (GCNYC) is pleased to host a debut networking event...

Consumption and the Common Good: Systems and Policy

Zoom

In the concluding event of the Consumption and the Common Good series, we conceive of the multi-faceted sustainability crisis as a manifestation of a global natural system and adopt the policy point of view to chart a way forward. This event’s speakers approach sustainability and policy as researchers and practitioners committed to systemic transformation.  We are excited to host Dr....

Building Back Better: Building Back Better with Business

Zoom

As the tiring COVID protocols in the new-normal leave us exasperated, and we miss the relative simplicity of pre-COVID life, the following quote by author and activist Sonya Renee Taylor, captures what Professor Onwuegbuzie would like us to reflect upon as we look to build...