In 2014, EDGE faculty and staff were highlighted in the media for their research insights on a wide range of energy and environmental topics.
Here are a few of the highlights of the year:
- Conservatives don’t hate climate science. They hate the left’s climate solutions (Washington Post). Research by Fuqua School of Business’s Aaron Kay and Troy Campbell was featured in the Washington Post as well as HuffPost, Science Daily, Science of Us, and other outlets.
- Environmental risk: Turning crisis into opportunity (Dialogue Review). Dan Vermeer, professor of the practice and executive director of Duke’s EDGE Center, shared his insights about environmental risk as an innovation catalyst in this article.
- This book is a roadmap for business careers in sustainability (Greenbiz). EDGE managing director Katie Kross shared research about the sustainability and CSR job market, as well as job search strategies, in articles in Justmeans, TriplePundit, the Net Impact blog, among other outlets. In July, a second edition of her book, Profession and Purpose: A Resource Guide for MBA Careers in Sustainability was released by Greenleaf Publishing.