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Welcome to Climate, People & Organizations, a blog that explores the social, organizational and political implications of climate change and profiles my research in this area and organisation studies more generally.

My name is Christopher Wright and I’m Professor of Organisational Studies at the University of Sydney Business School. A key focus of my current research is the impact of climate change on business organizations and society more generally. I also have a strong personal interest in the environment and view climate change as a serious threat to our society, ecosystem and future as a species.

In the following pages you can view posts on this topic as well as more details about my research more generally, publications, CV and interests. I’d welcome your comments and feedback.

Image: E Dubya
The coming storm (Image: E Dubya)

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  1. Thanks for your contribution Christopher, !! … to combat Climate Change is number one goal. – please connect on LINKEDIN w us – to see more of our work, and lets see what we can do together ! BUILDING bridges for worldwide collaborations!
    hoping to join you in, – many thanks!

    Greetings from Dubai, Sabine Balve, Founder and visionary of the World Leaders Forum Dubai – campaign, (January 2012 – January 2013) success of 100.000 followers and 10 million views per months – NEW campaign shortly with the GOAL of 1 million followers and 100 million views per months !

  2. Hi would you min stating which blog platform you’re
    using? I’m looking to start myy own blog soon butt I’m having a difficult time selecting betwesen BlogEngine/Wordpress/B2evolution aand Drupal.

    The resason I aask is because your layout seems different then most bogs
    and I’m looking for something unique. P.S My apollogies for getting off-topic buut I had to ask!

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