Bard MBA Faculty Member Hunter Lovins Named Climate Change Abolitionist

The Guardian recently named Bard MBA in Sustainability faculty member Hunter Lovins a “Climate Change Abolitionist” and leader “fighting to abolish dangerous climate change”. Lovins is the president of Natural Capitalism Solutions (NCS). NCS educates senior decision makers in business, government, and civil society to restore and enhance natural and human capital while increasing prosperity and quality of life.

Also featured on the Guardian’s list is former vice president Al Gore, who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his work in climate change activism, Frances Beinecke, president of the Natural Resources Defense Council, and environmentalist and founder, Bill McKibben.

Lovins teaches the “Foundations of Sustainable Business” course for the Bard MBA in Sustainability. Her focuses include natural capitalism, sustainable development, globalization, energy and resource policy, economic development, climate change, and land management.  

For more on the “Climate Change Abolitionists”, read the Guardian article here.

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