Business school takes place in nice flashy buildings, in shiny new classrooms. While this is, of course, quite nice sometimes, and is all nice and flashy, does it frame the business degree in the right way? Every school would have a core course where students spend time immersed in nature to experience first-hand how systems work and explore their relationship with this environment, both as individuals and also as future managers, making decisions that impact these same systems. They would be accompanied by various “experts” of the land they are on, which could include biologists and other scientists, traditional owners, politicians, current owners, NGOs etc to dive into the story behind the particular land they are staying on.