If you’re committed to fostering cross-sector solutions to global challenges, then we're here to support you.
As the hub for students invested in business and the environment, there are a variety of ways to engage with CBEY to take action. Alongside CBEY, other on-campus resources also exist that deeply align with the CBEY mission. Explore how to continue learning about the intersection of business and the environment — whatever stage of the learning journey you’re in.
CBEY is closely partnered with the Yale School of Management (SOM) and the Yale School of the Environment (YSE), which together offer a joint degree that’s the oldest of its kind in the U.S. We believe business can be a tool for positive environmental change — and that this joint degree creates the thoughtful, passionate, and informed leaders that will bring that change to life.
We’ve curated courses that help you get directly involved in today’s most pressing environmental challenges for our planet, through practicums and clinics.
CBEY sponsors several independent studies each year to allow students to dive deeply into an area of focus at the intersection of business and the environment.
Students can learn in more detail what a career looks like in the private sector that is focused on doing good for communities, ecosystems, and the planet.
Whether you’re a working professional beyond Yale’s campus or on-campus, or whether you’re a Yale staff member looking to learn something new, consider pursuing the Financing and Deploying Clean Energy Certificate. This 10-month admissions-based online certificate at Yale trains and connects rising leaders to catalyze an equitable transition to a clean economy.
Taught by Yale lecturer and CBEY's Resident Fellow Peter Boyd, this course is designed to maximize your ability to create change at the individual, team, and system levels. Through study, reflection, and deploying practical tools, you will establish a firm connection between your clearly articulated Purpose, effective Priorities, visualized Potential for success, and pathway to maximized Progress. But, what does that mean in practice?