Sustainability Management News

Steven Cohen on Sustainable Consumption

As our economy shifts and consumption rises, people must prioritize sustainable supply chains.

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Sharyn O’Halloran’s Three Pillars for SPS Academic Excellence

To fully take advantage of our new mission, we are encouraging students to start thinking about their relationship with the school, the university, and to a wider network of partners.

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TD Magazine Reviews Dean Jason Wingard’s Latest Book, Learning to Succeed

Dean Jason Wingard's latest book is featured in TD Magazine.

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Three Major Changes in the New Normal Market

“This new economy will be untenable without continuous learning effectively in place in your business.”

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From Columbia to Outer Space

“The beauty of the SPS alumni network is that we are bringing together such top talent between very diverse industries.”

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Organizational Strategy and Learning: The Birth of Comcast University

Comcast identified that the strategic changes it needed were tied hand-in-hand with a need for new learning programs.

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Steven Cohen: Why Communities May Reject New Sustainability Infrastructure

To avert Not in My Backyard Syndrome with major infrastructure projects, listen to the community and employ smart design, says Prof. Steven Cohen.

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Prof. Claudia Dreifus Interviews SIPA Economist Scott Barrett

The Sustainability Management professor and Times contributor interviews Prof. Scott Barrett about game theory and climate change negotiations in Columbia Magazine

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Steven Cohen on the Small Steps Toward a Renewable Energy Economy

The Sustainability Management director says that the shift to renewable energy will take at least a generation, depending on our efforts to make these changes in our communities and homes.

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Steven Cohen on Symbols and Effective Climate Policy

Although "symbols have meaning and can influence perceptions and values," they should not be confused with real operational changes on the ground."

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