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Tips from the Field: A Survival Guide for Sustainability Professionals

Last Monday, CBEY and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development hosted a conversation on how MBA programs might train future...

Dare To Go Zero

The choice between filling the land with garbage, or “landfilling,” and recovering resources from our trash sounds like an easy one. A...

Deep in the Bins: A Look at Small Business Recycling Practices

I never thought that it would be easy to get small businesses recycling. A task like this requires more than simply distributing blue...

Want Scale? Then Measure and Report

“Having a redefined understanding of the true value of the organization is paramount for insuring that businesses are successful.”...

Making the Big Pivot at Sustainable Brands 2014

by Marissa Galizia At the Sustainable Brands San Diego Conference 2014, sustainability and marketing executives from top companies around...
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Profiles in Leadership

Elliot Mainzer found himself at the interface of business and environment unexpectedly, as most of us do. Spending a junior semester abroad from his studies at U.C. Berkeley in 1987, Elliot lived in India, where he was exposed to the issues surrounding large hydroelectric infrastructure projects in the developing world.

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Over the next decade, society will demand that the business community address, or at least respond to, societal problems.
Yale MBA students are runners-up in international competition - video            .
Yale School of Management graduates, Richard Kauffman and Nancy Pfund, have been named to CNN's list of the world's top eco-innovators.
The launch of a formal Entrepreneurship Program, the appointment of Dr. Kyle Jensen as the inaugural Shanna and Eric Bass ’05 Director of Entrepreneurial Programs, and new scholarships and financial support for entrepreneurial students signals major new commitment to entrepreneurship at Yale.

Yale scholars and global business leaders will work together to address critical sustainability issues through a new partnership.  (Left to right:  Sir Peter Crane, Dean of F&ES; Ted Snyder, Dean of SOM; and Peter Bakker, President of the WBCSD.)

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