A sustainable organisation must balance its economic needs with social and environmental priorities. The Balanced Enterprise Research Network seeks to generate new insights into the ways in which businesses can better balance economic, social and environmental concerns and create shared value for a broad range of stakeholders (including shareholders, employees, consumers, communities and society). Our network explores how business, government, and not-for-profit enterprises strategically create and manage this balance in their day-to-day operations. As one of the research priority areas of the University of Sydney Business School, we aim to foster the creation of innovative and influential research which informs the ways in which organizations can anticipate and respond to the key challenges of the coming decades including environmental degradation, climate change, poverty, social inclusion, and financial stability.


  • The best thing a business could do for the environment is shut down 28 Jan 2016

    The Guardian

    The Guardian published an article by Professor Christopher Wright about balancing climate change fears and the reality of business.

  • Paris Climate vs Big Business 08 Dec 2015

    2SER FM

    Professor Christopher Wright was interviewed on 2SER FM about the final negotiations at the Paris Climate Summit.

  • Coal casts a shadow over the Paris climate summit 30 Nov 2015

    ABC The Drum

    An article published on The Drum mentioned the work of Professor Christopher Wright in analysing the complex relationship between corporations and climate change.

  • Corporations and climate change 22 Nov 2015

    ABC Radio National

    Professor Christopher Wright was interviewed on Radio National about the connection between business and climate change in the lead up to the Paris Climate Talks.

  • Why should HR care about climate change? 20 Nov 2015


    Changeboard published an opinion piece co-authored by Professor Christopher Wright about how HR professionals can address climate change through redefining business practices.