Ecosystems Overview

Resource constraints—both social and natural—affect most, if not all, functional areas of the modern corporation, but the dilemmas posed by these constraints have yet to be solved. The Center is deeply engaged with the ways in which businesses are dependent on their surrounding ecosystems, as well as the risks and opportunities for innovation that this relationship presents.

Our Community

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Desirée Lopes
Program Manager at Environmental Leadership & Training Initiative
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Tom Murphy
Senior Resident Fellow at ULI/Klingbeil Family Chair for urban development
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Charlotte Kaiser
Deputy Managing Director, at NatureVest, The Nature Conservancy
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Alumni
People interested in ecosystems

Programs & Research

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Programs and Research about ecosystems

Our Stories

Sobotka Seed Stage Venture Grant: The 2015 Winners
Sustainably discharging brine into the ocean. Reviving Eastern Kentucky’s economy with hemp
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Black Swans and Sustainability
CBEY faculty advisor writes for Environmental Leader
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Upcoming Events

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Financing Farm Renovation: Building Resilience Using a Blend of Capital
Feb 23, 2018
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Sustainable Finance Monthly Seminar: Helen Crowley, Kering
Mar 06, 2018
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2018 Conservation Finance Boot Camp
Jun 18, 2018
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Boot Camp
Upcoming ecosystems Events

Recent Events

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GreenLight Workshop: ERM
Feb 09, 2018
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On campus
WWF Summer Internship - Information Session
Feb 01, 2018
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On campus
Recent ecosystems Events

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