Sustainability Management News
Sustainability Management Students Release Report on Corporate Social Responsibility Data Management
This handful of Columbia students past and present researched and published findings on how Improved CSR data tracking can allow for a deeper understanding of CSR performance, unlocking new business opportunities.
From internships to recommendation letters to supplemental essays, admissions professionals shared the do’s and don’ts of applying to graduate school.
Students confronted the transportation and energy challenges that face Hunts Point Produce Market, the largest produce market in the world.
A faculty member of the M.S. program in Sustainability Management suggests that meaningful climate policy should focus on researching, developing, and incentivizing renewable energy – not pricing carbon.
Can you be a good investor while saving the planet? Sustainability management professor Bruce Kahn says yes.
A group of Columbia alumni that included Steven Burke and Erin McNally, two graduates of the master’s program in Sustainability Management, collaborated on a resilient and sustainable design aimed at rebuilding a single-family home that was destroyed in Hurricane Sandy. The team earned the People’s Choice Award from the Urban Green Council‘s R3build Design Competition.
If we are to make the transition to a renewable resource based economy, we need to do a better job of measuring the sustainability of our organizations, cities and nations, argues Steven Cohen, Director of the M.S. in Sustainability Management program.
On the day before New York City’s primary elections, Steven Cohen, Director of the M.S. in Sustainability Management program, asks whether the green initiatives of the Bloomberg era will remain a priority of the new mayor and whether the city will continue to be a leader in sustainability planning and management.
The EPA is under attack but its newly confirmed Administrator, Gina McCarthy, won’t let it go down without a fight, predicts Steven Cohen, Director of the M.S. in Sustainability Management program.
Closed Loop Advisors, the sustainability management consultancy cofounded by JD Capuano, May 2012 graduate of Columbia’s M.S. in Sustainability Management program (SUMA), now can be counted among hundreds of forward-thinking small businesses and several large ones, including Ben & Jerry’s, Patagonia, and the Cabot Creamery dairy cooperative. The common factor is B Corp Certification, which designates a business that meets standards set by the B Lab nonprofit agency for social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. It’s like LEED Certification, but for an entire business instead of a single building, and it’s an achievement Capuano and his business partner, fellow SUMA graduate Sami Abbay, knew they wanted when they started their business a year-and-a-half ago, when both were still Columbia students.