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Martin G Wynn
University of Gloucestershire
BusinessInformation systemKnowledge transferKnowledge managementGeneral partnership
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#1Peter JonesH-Index: 28
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The mining and mineral industry is not easily associated with sustainable development. The one is focused on the exploitation of the planet’s limited natural resources, while the other attempts to promote development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the needs of future generations. This article looks at the industry’s approach to the core sustainability concepts of the circular economy and resilience, and finds that leading companies in this industry have drawn on the con...
#1Peter JonesH-Index: 28
#2Martin G WynnH-Index: 3
Last. Daphne ComfortH-Index: 25
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The 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) offer a blueprint to achieve a more sustainable future for all, but in many ways, the concept of sustainable consumption is fundamental to the transition to such a future. At the same time, there is a growing awareness that retailers have a vital role to play in promoting more sustainable patterns of consumption, not least in that they effectively act as gatekeepers between producers and consumers. This chapter provides an exploratory re...
#1Martin G WynnH-Index: 3
#2Peter JonesH-Index: 28
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are universally seen to be global in their nature and reach, but there is a growing acceptance that they have an important local dimension. Unlike their predecessor, the Millennium Development Goals, which only applied to the developing world, the SDGs are also applicable to countries in the developed world. This is a formal recognition that people and communities within the developed countries also face a variety of environmental and socia...
#1Martin G WynnH-Index: 3
#2Peter JonesH-Index: 28
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#1Martin G WynnH-Index: 3
#2Peter JonesH-Index: 28
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#1Martin G WynnH-Index: 3
#2Peter JonesH-Index: 28
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#1Martin G WynnH-Index: 3
#2Peter JonesH-Index: 28
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#1Martin G WynnH-Index: 3
#2Peter JonesH-Index: 28
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This article outlines one way in which less research-intensive universities can contribute to entrepreneurship by examining the achievements of several Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) in the University of Gloucestershire. The article adopts a qualitative case study approach: four case studies of KTPs at, respectively, Beacons Business Interiors, Dowty Propellers, Energist UK and Muddy Boots Software (all of which have operating bases within 40 miles of the University) are researched and a...
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#1Peter Jones (University of Gloucestershire)H-Index: 28
#2Martin G Wynn (University of Gloucestershire)H-Index: 3
Last. Daphne Comfort (University of Gloucestershire)H-Index: 25
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Within the UK, City Deals, essentially bespoke packages of funding and decision making negotiated between national government and local authorities, are increasingly taking centre stage in promoting economic growth. Each City Deals is seen to reflect the needs of individual cities and their surrounding regions and each has its own distinctive funding and development agenda. While the City Deal model has been broadly welcomed by national and local political leaders concerns have been more widely ...
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