#GRADimpact: Tobi Oyewole, first year MES student in Sustainability Management wins United Nations award on business and sustainable development

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Tobi Oyewole banner imageTobi Oyewole, a first year Master of Environmental Studies in Sustainability Management (SUSM) student, won the United Nations award on business and sustainable development. The United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), through its Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Pioneer program, annually recognizes the efforts of business leaders who are leveraging their positions within organizations to advance the SDGs through the UNGC Principles and make significant impacts. As a research master’s student, Tobi’s passion lies in enhancing businesses that embrace Environmental, Social and Governance disclosures and the transition to a low carbon economy.

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