Archive for February, 2016

  • While gauging my carbon footprint with an online calculator, I look down at my bluetick coonhound, Elvis, and wonder what his carbon pawprint is. Nearby, his buddy Alice, a black and […]

    The Carbon Pawprint

    While gauging my carbon footprint with an online calculator, I look down at my bluetick coonhound, Elvis, and wonder what his carbon pawprint is. Nearby, his buddy Alice, a black and […]

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  • Two years ago, 14 titans of industry came together and vowed to overcome the massive global challenges standing in the face of prosperity — theirs and everyone else’s. They called themselves […]

    On the Trail of The B Team

    Two years ago, 14 titans of industry came together and vowed to overcome the massive global challenges standing in the face of prosperity — theirs and everyone else’s. They called themselves […]

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  • Before joining Bard’s second class of MBA students, Jessica King had an already accomplished career in community economic development. In addition to her work cultivating future generations of community leaders […]

    Alumni Spotlight: Jessica King, MBA ’15

    Before joining Bard’s second class of MBA students, Jessica King had an already accomplished career in community economic development. In addition to her work cultivating future generations of community leaders […]

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  • By Mariana Souza MBA ’16 The following Q&A is an edited excerpt from a Sustainable Business Fridays conversation Nov. 20 by the Bard MBA in Sustainability program, based in New York City. This […]

    Paper Company Fibria on Rethinking Forest Use

    By Mariana Souza MBA ’16 The following Q&A is an edited excerpt from a Sustainable Business Fridays conversation Nov. 20 by the Bard MBA in Sustainability program, based in New York City. This […]

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  • When New York City was incorporated into the five boroughs in 1898, Manhattan was the heart and business and economic center of the metropolis. As mass transit and other infrastructure […]

    What’s Old is New Again: The Future of Mass Transit in New York City

    When New York City was incorporated into the five boroughs in 1898, Manhattan was the heart and business and economic center of the metropolis. As mass transit and other infrastructure […]

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  • By Alistair Hall MBA ’17 The International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP) is developing a formal certification process to provide “some definition and standardization of the competencies employers and seekers of consultants can come […]

    Everyone Can Be a Sustainability Manager

    By Alistair Hall MBA ’17 The International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP) is developing a formal certification process to provide “some definition and standardization of the competencies employers and seekers of consultants can come […]

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