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Rick Larrick, Fuqua School of Business professor and faculty director of EDGE, has put much of his time and energy into helping people better understand how much energy they use. He has worked on many projects, but the most recent … Continue reading
Which environmental risks pose the biggest threats to companies and how are firms thinking about mitigating climate risk? Fuqua professor Dan Vermeer discusses disaster risk mitigation and the R!SE Initiative with PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Nick Shufro in our latest EDGE Chats video.
An essential part of the MBA experience is the summer internship, and Fuqua MBAs are gaining experiences far and wide this summer. Here’s a look at some of the Energy & Environment internships our students have this summer.
Should we conserve nature for nature’s sake… or for ours? The Nature Conservancy’s Chief External Affairs Officer, Glenn Prickett, talks with EDGE executive director Dan Vermeer in this new EDGE Chats video about conservation strategies and TNC’s partnerships with business. … Continue reading
From my vantage point, it seems the answer is yes. As a career counselor to MBA students, I’m always on the lookout for job and internship openings that I can pass on to our students. Sustainability job openings cross my … Continue reading
To train leaders who “make a decent profit—decently.” That was Harvard Business School’s stated goal when it was founded in 1908. One hundred years later, as we pick up the pieces of the most recent financial and housing market collapse, … Continue reading