Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership appoints Clare Shine as new director

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Clare Shine will take over as director of CISL in April 2021 | Credit: CISL
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Clare Shine will take over as director of CISL in April 2021 | Credit: CISL

Former barrister, journalist, and sustainable development consultant to take over the reins at influential green business institute from departing director Dame Polly Courtice

The University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) has today announced the appointment of Clare Shine as its new director, who will take over the reins of the influential green...

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